How does Opelika, a city of less than 30,000 people, offer Internet speeds 100 times faster than the national average? Through hard work and the right for a city to determine its own path.
Cities have always been at the heart of economic expansion, entrepreneurialism, and local connection to citizens, charged with ensuring high-quality education for our children, caring for our sick and elderly neighbors, and laying the foundation for shared prosperity. As we look to the years ahead, high-speed broadband will only become more and more important to the quality and vitality of our community. View full article on Urban Pulse’s site.