One of the few municipal broadband networks in Michigan has launched a project to rebuild its hybrid fiber-coax network to fiber-to-the-premise.
Like many municipals with legacy networks, leaders in Wyandotte (south of Detroit) examined several options to keep up with the growing demand for more bandwidth. And like most, the best path forward was to bring fiber all the way to every customer in the community of 25,000.
For more details on Wyandotte's plans, check out this article at Broadband Communities.
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