In rural U.S. and Canada, fixed broadband Internet connectivity -- particularly fiber -- is uncommon. This is for two main reasons: networks are expensive to build, and rural areas are typically more geographically distant and less populous than urban areas.
Our new Enghouse whitepaper provides you with an overview highlighting:
Rural population distribution
Availability of fixed broadband providers
Challenges with getting fixed broadband
Government-led efforts to address the challenges
Download our paper and learn how Enghouse Networks can help you deploy a fiber network for rural areas.