The Digital Policy Institute Presents:

"Indiana Rural Broadband Report 2015"


Authors:

  • Robert E. Yadon, Ph.D. and Barry D. Umansky, J.D.
  • Since 2006, Indiana has benefited from proactive telecommunication reform legislation resulting in increased competition and eliminating unwarranted legacy regulations that inhibited outside capital investment. As a result of this open, pro-competition environment, coupled with the development of a robust, fiber optic backhaul network serving much of the state, and forward-thinking public/private partnerships offering last-mile broadband services, Indiana leads the Midwest in establishing a statewide broadband fiber optic infrastructure as a prerequisite to further investment in both wired and wireless broadband services.

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    Indiana Rural Broadband Report 2015

    Click here for the full report Executive Summary Since 2006, Indiana has benefited from proactive telecommunication reform legislation resulting in increased competition and eliminating unwarranted legacy regulations that inhibited outside capital investment. As a result of this

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