PRESS RELEASE: Mohawk Networks, LLC Awarded $6.4 Million Grant from New NY Broadband

2018-10-12T11:36:20-05:00March 2nd, 2017|Categories: Broadband In the Media, Company Updates, Expansion Updates, Mohawk Networks in the News, Press Releases|

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release: Ennískó:wa/March 2, 2017 For more information: Brendan F. White Director of Communications Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Tel: (518) 358-2272 Alicia Tucker Branding & Marketing Mohawk Networks, LLC Tel: (518) 358-2015 Mohawk Networks, LLC Awarded $6.4 Million Grant from New NY Broadband Tribally Owned Enterprise to Expand Broadband Service to

Stefanik Applauds North Country Broadband Grants

2018-10-10T11:30:32-05:00March 2nd, 2017|Categories: Broadband In the Media, Company Updates, Mohawk Networks in the News|

“Increasing access to broadband is a key economic priority for our region and I applaud this grant announcement from Governor Cuomo,” said Congresswoman Stefanik. “I will continue to work in Congress to develop our broadband capabilities so that we can increase commerce and grow opportunities for families across our district.” Read the full article at:

Bill In Congress Would Expand Broadband Service In North Country

2018-10-10T11:44:28-05:00October 12th, 2016|Categories: Broadband In the Media|

It can be very expensive for service providers like Westelcom in Watertown to bring high speed Internet to every corner of the north country. "It costs us $15,000 to $20,000 per mile to build out the fiber. If there's only a couple of businesses or homes within that mile, then the cost per customer goes up," said Paul Barton, president of Westelcom. That's why U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is co-sponsoring a bill to get more funds for companies that provide broadband service to rural areas.

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