Rise Acquires Internet Provider in Springfield IL – The State Journal-Register

Springnet1 sells internet service business to Denver-based Rise Broadband By Tim Landis – Business Editor A Springfield company founded during the dial-up boom of the 1990s has left the internet business. Springnet1 sold its internet service to Rise Broadband this month in order to concentrate on internet-based phone systems for businesses, Springnet1 co-founder Neal Miller said […]

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Rise Broadband Exec: Broadband Wireless Economics Are Better Than Ever – Telecompetitor

Broadband wireless economics are poised for a boost thanks to impending technology advances and the availability of new spectrum, said Rise Broadband Co-founder Jeff Kohler in an interview with Telecompetitor this week. And if you’re seeking an insider view on the broadband wireless market it’s hard to think of a better source than Kohler. Originally […]

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Rise Broadband hits triple-play with Dish America – Telecompaper

Wednesday 6 April 2016 | 09:48 CET | News Due to popular demand, US internet and VoIP provider Rise Broadband has started offering Dish residential satellite TV services throughout its rural and suburban coverage area in sixteen states. CEO Jack Koo said, “Because Rise brings broadband access to areas which are typically under- served by wireline […]

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Coloradans want their internet, but difficulties abound – Colorado Business Magazine

Access is still tough outside the Front Range BY NORA CALEY – COLORADO BUSINESS MAGAZINE Published: 2016.01.12 02:59 AM The votes are in, and Colorado residents want broadband. In November, residents in 44 municipalities voted to allow their local governments the ability to offer broadband Internet to residents. The approvals meant cities would be exempt […]

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FCC Releases $16 Million for Rural Broadband Experiments Funding – Telecompetitor

Bernie Arnason – Nov. 16, 2015 In its latest release of funding for rural broadband experiments, the FCC awarded $16 million to four carriers for rural broadband deployments in territories previously served by price cap carriers. The $16 million will bring broadband service to 2,451 census blocks across five states, reports the FCC. A total […]

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Rise Broadband Aims for 50 Mbps Broadband with LTE Fixed Wireless – Telecompetitor

Rise Broadband, the company formerly known as JAB Broadband that is playing the role of broadband wireless consolidator, said yesterday that it plans to deploy fixed broadband wireless equipment based on LTE, beginning initially in the Joplin, Missouri area. “What we get is a much higher level of capacity to offer greater speeds and higher […]

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Rise Broadband moving to LTE to offer 50-to-100 Mbps wireless Internet – Denver Post

Rise Broadband moving its fixed-wireless to LTE technology. Rise Broadband, the Douglas County-based Internet provider, said Wednesday that it is upgrading its network to include the faster LTE (short for Long Term Evolution) that will double and quadruple Internet speeds offered to its mostly rural customers. Customers will be able to get download speeds of […]

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5 Questions with Jeff Kohler of Rise Broadband – Longmont Times-Call

Broadband By Vince Winkel Longmont Times-Call Staff Writer POSTED: 09/05/2015 05:08:49 AM MDT Click photo to enlarge Jeff Kohler with Rise Broadband in Centennial. (Mark Leffingwell / Staff Photographer) Rise Broadband is the largest fixed wireless Internet provider in the country, serving nearly 200,000 rural and suburban residential and commercial accounts in the Midwest, Rocky […]

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