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Investing in Oregon’s Rural Middle Mile Networks

Oregon’s Digital Divide Like electricity, high-speed internet is necessary for participation in our globalized society and economy.  Though it is a vital component of our modern infrastructure, most rural Oregonians  lack internet capable of reaching 100 Mbps speeds....

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Internet Strategy for Oregonians

With the passage of the National Infrastructure Bill, Hunter Communications is hopeful these investments will help us bring faster, more affordable internet to our communities. Hunter’s CEO Michael Wynschenk describes how this bill will impact Oregonians.

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Top 5 Tech Trends on the IoT

The network of connected devices known as the Internet of Things (IoT) is a quickly expanding area of the technology sector. Here’s a list of the top tech five trends on the Internet of Things.

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Why 5G Needs Fiber

Though a wireless connection, 5G must be supported by a backbone. 5G couldn’t function without a wireline fiber-optic network.

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What is a VoIP Phone?

VoIP is short for Voice over Internet Protocol. It enables businesses to make calls using an internet connection rather than a traditional, analog phone line. With a phone service provided through an internet connection, companies using VoIP can make calls from desk phones, computers, and even their personal cells.

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3 Reasons Why Fiber Internet is Best

Access to high-speed internet has become a necessity. But not all internet connections are created equal. Fiber-optic technology is considered the best technology for internet access for three reasons: 1) fastest speeds, 2) most reliability, and 3) it’s built for the future.

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