October 2022 - The City of Chico, California has selected EntryPoint Networks as its Automated Open Access network management platform for the Chico fiber-to-the-premise deployment.
Sherburne, New York
August 2022 - The Town of Sherburne, New York in partnership with the State of New York ConnectALL program has selected EntryPoint Networks as its Automated Open Access network management platform for the Sherburne fiber-to-the-home project.
Mountain Home, Idaho
September 2021 - The City of Mountain Home, Idaho has selected EntryPoint Networks as its Automated Open Access network management platform for the Eagle fiber-to-the-home project.
Sapphire Bay – Rowlett, Texas
July 2021 - The Sapphire Bay resort community in Rowlett, Texas has selected EntryPoint Networks as its Automated Open Access network management platform for the Sapphire Bay fiber Infrastructure.
NevCo Fiber – Nevada County, California
March 2021 – NevCo Fiber a community-based fiber optic network in Nevada County, California implemented EntryPoint Networks as its Automated Open Access network management platform.
September 2017 - The City of Ammon, Idaho has selected EntryPoint Networks as its Automated Open Access network management platform for the Ammon Fiber Network.
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American Prospect article discussing EntryPoint's unique approach to broadband networks.
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Vertical Disintegration: The Future of Telecom?
"Telecom industry... will transition from a vertically integrated industry dominated by local monopolies to a vertically disintegrated one" - an article by Robert Wack.
Bye-Bye Broken Market
Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) published an article detailing some of the advantages of Ammon's new fiber network. Quote: "I’ve lived in a lot of places — Maryland, Hawaii, Germany — and this is by far the best, fastest and most reliable internet I’ve had,” ... This is the future.”
How did Ammon get a $10 ISP and Achieve 70% Take-Rates that Continue to Rise?
EntryPoint just released the white paper: The Value of Choice and Ammon's $10.00 ISP. From the paper: "Since going live 10 months ago, ISP prices in Ammon have fallen from $44.95 to $9.99 (per month) for a 100 X 100 Mbps ISP connection."
National Science Foundation Report – Speaking EntryPoint’s Language
A Report by the National Science Foundation outlines the future of Broadband Networks. This is report provides relevant guidance for future-proofing a broadband network.
Active Shooter Application Demo – Powerful Public Safety Tech
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Ammon’s Model – Next Century Cities and ILSR
Must view video released by ILSR and Next Century Cities describing "Ammon's Model" a revolutionary new approach to Municipal Fiber (powered by EntryPoint's FlowOps). Municipalities which are in the process of deploying broadband networks will benefit from watching this mini documentary.
10 Reasons Why Broadband Should be a Municipal Utility
A White Paper outlining why municipalities should play a central role in deployment of the next generation broadband networks.
Open Access in Today’s Cloud World, Redefining the Meaning of Open Access
Traditional open access networks lack sufficient automation and software control to enable a dynamic marketplace and true competition. This White Paper outlines a powerful new definition and approach for Open Access... Automated Dynamic Open Access.
Why Municipal Networks Should Be Disruptive – Broadband Communities Magazine, Oct 2017
The traditional telecom model is not working. For a locality (city/county) to succeed with a municipal broadband alternative, it can’t just duplicate the incumbent model.
Harvard University – Research Report on Municipal Broadband
Harvard University - Research Report on Municipal Broadband
After 12 months of research, Harvard University released a Case Study on creating competition for services in a municipal fiber network. Report Conclusion: By providing virtualized fiber network access as a public utility, Ammon has created a platform that allows an extraordinary level of competition, innovation, and experimentation. And Ammon’s model provides very little, if any, financial risk to the city.
“The Cost of Connectivity in Ammon, Idaho” – New American-Open Technology Institute, Jan 2020
One of the most affordable broadband markets in the country. Across the city, customers are logging into high-speed gigabit connections with advertised prices as low as $9.99/month.
Ammon Named “The City With the Best Fiber-Optic Network in America” – Fast Company, Oct 2019
Community broadband creates competition and better service and choice—along with giving local residents ownership.