Comparative Maps

Core Internet Backbone: Non-Existent in West Virginia

Core Internet Backbone:
Non-Existent in West Virginia

National Tier 1 Markets ( the top 50 Metropolitan Statistical Areas) are interconnected by next generation fiber systems capable of carrying massive amounts of bandwidth.

  • West Virginia is an underserved state with no core Internet backbone facilities.

  • Broadband Expansion cannot flourish without Internet backbone expansion.

Current Legacy System in Northern WV:

Current Legacy System in Northern WV

West Virginia markets are limited by legacy transport solutions that are costly and lack the technical abilities to deliver next-generation services currently available in national Tier 1 markets.

View After Internet Backbone Expansion:

View After Internet Backbone Expansion

By expanding core Internet backbone facilities into West Virginia, this true Middle-Mile plan will enable hundreds of West Virginia markets with next-generation solutions while minimizing barriers that have inhibited broadband expansion in our State.

The Current West Virginia State Plan

The Current West Virginia State Plan
    West Virginia Broadband Isolated Fiber Assets
    West Virginia Broadband Assets Transferred to Frontier
    West Virginia Broadband Minimal Benefits Realized
    West Virginia Broadband Provides ZERO long-term benefits

What a True Middle Mile Solution Looks Like

What a True Middle Mile Solution Looks Like
    West Virginia Broadband Advanced Next Gen Technology
    West Virginia Broadband Highly Cost Efficient
    West Virginia Broadband Extends National Backbone into WV
    West Virginia Broadband Data Super Highway
    West Virginia Broadband 100% Open Access
    West Virginia Broadband Grows Denser with Time

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