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There’s a lot going on in broadband in Oregon. Communities such as Sandy are upgrading their infrastructure significantly, or planning their initial networks. Co-op are energized and several of them are planning to launch broadband initiatives. The rural telephone companies are providing creative solutions that are getting communities connected.
Joseph Franell, General Manager and CEO of Eastern Oregon Telecom, discusses some of the opportunities and the challenges that communities face here in the state. Gigabit Nation is broadcasting live from the Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference, which draws statewide attendees to share ideas, experiences and knowledge about telecommunications.
Franell and Gigabit Nation host Craig Settles highlight:
some of the challenges with bridging the broadband divide in education;
addressing the urban/rural divide;
what is the "right" model to deploy gigabit networks in rural markets;
how has the USF/ICC reform impacted rural carriers and how are they moving forward;
what are the pluses and minuses of the Google Fiber model.
Sandy, OR’s move to gigabit broadband is one of the many case stories in Settles’ new book, Building the Gigabit City, Vol. 2.
Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio airing live online from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 408 National Park units.
On This Episode:
- A Taste of Southern Oregon – Travel writer Linda Kissam ‘Food, Wine & Shopping Diva’ discusses her wine tasting and culinary adventures in Southern Oregon.
- Elephant Conservation - Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA and Born Free Foundation, discusses Elephants in Zoos.
- Hero Appreciation Months - Leah Launey, innkeeper of Three Rivers Bed & Breakfast, talks about the 2016 Hero Appreciation Months in Three Rivers, California, that includes a Polar Bear Dip, Snowman Building Contest in Sequoia National Park and Bathtub Race.
LETS TALK OREGON!
Indeed, this foe singled out 9 individuals that was Christians; and shot each in there heads. This foe was surly led by satan himself, yea this foe shot a few in the leg that kept silent about being a Christian.
Sad to say, that the foe was gunned down by a officer that shot the foe during a shot out. This foe was shot many times in the body, but he walked back to the classroom where he shot himself dead.
Christians?! Will you catch one in the head for the kingdom of God? Indeed a time is coming people's, that you'll be tried by your faith.
We are living in a time were God name will be taking away from things, but your heart is the answer. The church nowdays is lacking majorly in a cruel way towards the father.
Alot of negro churches is so messed up, and backwards that you cannot go them for spiritual guidance. You better finding you a descent none religious spirit filled ministry, that represent the kingdom of God.
TUNE IN TONIGHT! OUR FATHER WHO IS IN THE SEVENTH HEAVEN!
According to an October 8th, 2015 article in the Portland Business Journal, The Oregon Supreme Court “sided with the state and denied Oracle America’s attempt to dismiss its top brass as defendants in the state’s lawsuit.”
In today's segment I am joined by Buyers Meeting Point's Kelly Barner to talk about the consequences of this seminal decision and what it may mean for vendors and end-user clients going forward.
You can access the full story and comment on the Procurement Insights Blog through the following link: https://procureinsights.wordpress.com/2015/10/13/should-vendor-executives-be-held-personally-liable-for-failed-implementations-by-jon-hansen/