Submitted by acohill on Thu, 05/10/2012 - 11:07
If you were not able to attend the 2012 Broadband Communities Summit in Dallas a couple of weeks ago, you missed a great conference. With an increased focus on both community broadband and open access networks, there were a lot of really good, solid session, especially the five sessions on open access, which I helped to organize.
Here are some of the key ideas, concepts, and take-aways that I noted from the conference:
There was much much more, but those are some of the highlights. Start planning now to attend next year's conference.
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