Case Study: The Answer To The Rural Wireless Problem

Bringing wireless connectivity to rural America: Case studies on rural wireless challenges

For Internet Service Providers working in rural America, offering affordable, fast internet is difficult to do while maintaining a profit. In this white paper, we explore: 

  • The case study of Kit Carson County, Colorado, an American town that suffered from slow, unreliable rural wireless connectivity.
  • BLiNQ products as a creative solution for them to stay current.
  • How fixed wireless access technology can increase quality of life and benefit WISPs to reach new markets.

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    Bringing wireless connectivity to rural America: Case studies on rural wireless challenges

    24 million Americans don’t have access to high speed internet.

    39% of rural America is downloading at speeds that hit 0.61Mbps, making navigating even basic websites near impossible. With the amount of funding that is going into 5G, why isn’t all of America connected at broadband speeds?

    Tier 1 service providers aren’t breaking ground on fiber networks in rural America due to the cost. Digging cable to a municipality that’s miles off the interstate, with a population of 5000, just doesn’t make economic sense.

    This case study presents the cost and performance of fixed wireless access technologies in Kit Carson County, rural America. 

    You will learn: 

    • Challenges that ISPs face
    • Cost-effective solutions
    • Performance comparisons of 6 fixed  wireless access technology providers