Loveland Pulse, the municipal fiber network built by the City of Loveland, Colorado, is now complete. The network reaches the entire city limits of Loveland as well as some unincorporated areas of Latimer County.
Pulse held an open house last week to celebrate the occasion. Despite its relative "youth" Pulse has already received national attention. It was named PC Magazine's "2023 Best ISP's" list as the second fatestest provider in the nation.
Colorado has been a hotbed of municipal broadband over the past several years. In addition to Loveland, the cities of Estes Park, Fort Collins, and Longmont have built networks to improve broadband service to their citizens.
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