Keene, NH: New Hampshire FastRoads, LLC, announced today the completion of a 161 middle-mile, fiber- optic broadband network and 86 miles of last-mile fiber connections in western New Hampshire. This powerful broadband network connects 19 towns from Orford, NH through to Rindge, NH on the Massachusetts border. It provides fiber to the premise to 233 Community Anchor Institutions in 19 towns and 1,300 homes in Rindge and Enfield, NH.
FastRoads is a Limited Liability Corporation under Monadnock Economic Development Corporation in Keene, NH. With funding provided by the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority, the Department of Commerce - Broadband Technology Opportunity Program, a consortium of local community banks, New Hampshire Business Finance Authority and others, a regional 247 mile fiber-optic network has been built in western New Hampshire to deliver gigabit broadband to community anchor institutions, businesses, and residents. The FastRoads network provides fiber-based broadband services to homes in Rindge and Enfield, New Hampshire and over 237 community anchor institutions in southwest New Hampshire. FastRoads is an open access last-mile wholesale provider to broadband service providers. Open access ensures competitive pricing and excellent quality. FastRoads’ goal is to ensure that the region’s businesses, institutions and residents have a broadband infrastructure that supports jobs and sustainable economic development.
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