Since none of the providers gave him a good internet connection, he decided to start his own company, and now he has received a grant of millions of dollars.
Today practically most households have high-speed internet, especially in large cities, but the truth is that there are still rural areas where good internet is not accessible, basically making the infrastructure cost very high. home or at a considerable distance between them when dealing with isolated areas.
And now a man from Michigan, because he couldn’t find an internet provider that could give him good broadband service, He decided to create his own supplier and his technology was so successful that the government has now subsidized him $2.6 million. To take your internet to more and more rural areas.
As Wired collects, this is the story Jared MouchuA Michigan citizen who built his own Internet and was so successful that he would receive a grant from the United States government to expand it.
Although his company served about 30 households in rural areas in January 2021, the number has since grown to 70 and will soon increase due to the $2.6 million the government has given them. To reach additional 600 households in rural areas,
While Jared Mauch’s broadband network currently has only 22 km of fiber optics, he is adding an additional 61 km to complete the project. The contract mentions that it should serve 417 additional homes and believes it can reach 596 new customers with the investment.
In addition, its serving provides high-quality fiber, although it promises 100 symmetric and unlimited Mbps for about $55 per monthAnd will also offer a 1 Gbps plan for $79 per month.
If it succeeds, its technology will certainly continue to be used to give rural areas the internet they really deserve, to match the fiber optics that can be seen in big cities.