As many as 280 school buses will carry Wi-Fi hotspots donated by AT&T, Google and Duke Energy Foundation to support remote learning during COVID-19.
The N.C. Broadband Office has released two unique indices providing an accurate picture of the state’s broadband access, adoption and digital divide.
The N.C. Broadband Infrastructure Office made great strides in 2019 toward its goal that every resident have affordable, high-speed internet access.
The Broadband Infrastructure Office gave Eastern Carolina Broadband and Jones County a $270,901 GREAT grant to bring high-speed internet service.
Internet service providers and electric cooperatives can apply for $15 million in state funding for high-speed internet access in N.C. rural areas.
Nine library systems, four municipalities and two state agencies are partnering to improve internet access in rural communities in 14 counties.
The Community Broadband Playbook provides communities with tools, templates, examples and ideas to build broadband strategies addressing their needs.
North Carolina residents can use a new interactive mapping tool to determine what internet access and speeds they have at their home or business.
The Appalachian Regional Commission is awarding $272,000 to 10 western North Carolina communities that plan to offer free Wi-Fi in their downtowns.
Gov. Pat McCrory releases the State Broadband Plan to expand affordable high-speed internet access for students and businesses across North Carolina.