Does The Community Broadband Feasibility Study Do More Harm?

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It might be the time for the communities to reconsider the feasibility study process. The communities can spend a maximum of $150,000 to do a complete study, but can they really resolve the questions that they need to pursue? There are some who feel that this process with its roots dating to the 1970s requires an upgrade to keep up the pace with the current infrastructure. The creator of custom GIS as well as other technologies, Richard Frank streamlines the engineering planning and the design phase as well. He feels that it needs more time and money for the feasibility study of a public network to resolve the questions that are already answered. He also explains how the available data can be used to get many answers that are needed for an appropriate engineering design, usage of the best business practices for the network planning, and better use of the existing tech assets.

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