Normally, ViodiTV travels across the fruited plain to help tell the stories of how robust broadband can transform rural communities. In the above interview, rural America traveled to Silicon Valley in the person of Jonathan Gennick. Gennick hails from Munising, MI and was in Silicon Valley at the Augmented World Expo 2016 searching for authors to write about the technical aspects of augmented, virtual and mixed reality technologies.
In the above interview Gennick explains how we went from cable to DSL to Fiber to Home customer and how the experience with FTTH is unmatched. More than technology, he talks about the importance of having local service technicians and representatives who are from the community to help resolve issues when they do occur. The bandwidth, coupled with service, allows him to enjoy the benefits of his rural community, while having a broadband connection that is on par or superior with what can be found in Silicon Valley.
Source: Ken Pyle, Managing Editor viodi.tv
Since 2002 Pyle has published the Viodi View newsletter and since 2007 has produced over 1,000 videos that are on the ViodiTV video web site, as well as vendor, operator, trade publications and association web sites. Pyle has built his company, Viodi, into a trusted source for information about the convergence of broadband, technology and applications and their impact on rural independent broadband operators.
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