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Worthington High School Getting New Fiber Connection

Before public schools in Worthington, Minn., were connected directly to a fiber optic network, they relied for years on wireless internet with spotty service. Read More»

IP Address List with IPv4 numbers

Every device connected through a wireless or wired network is assigned an Internet Protocol address, or IP address, so it can communicate. Today, that’s done using IPv4 but the inventory is limited and has run out. Read More»

Senate Commerce Committee Field Hearing, Sioux Falls, SD

With 5G technology, the world is on the cusp of significant changes in the way people live, work and play. Read More»

Smart Cities Water Leak Detection

Cities are integrating more technology into their operations to reduce the cost of services and improve the way services are delivered. Economic development is a key driving force. Read More»

Respected SDN vendor always gets the job done

Engbarth Directional Drilling

Engbarth Directional Drilling overcame a nearly catastrophic start in business 19 years ago to become a prominent provider of underground construction services. Read More»

Infographic of the Month

Infographic Of The Month: The Internet Of Things Read More»

Rural Broadband - Fiber Internet

Regardless of whether a person lives in Sioux Falls, the Black Hills or the northeast corner of South Dakota, access to reliable, secure internet connectivity has become as critical to everyday living as having good phone and TV service. Read More»

Brookings Small Cells

Students and employees at South Dakota State University are among the places in South Dakota enjoying improved mobile phone coverage this new school year. Read More»

45,000 miles of fiber across South Dakota

Driving across South Dakota from Brookings to Belle Fourche will put about 450 miles on your vehicle’s odometer. Make the trip 100 times and you'll get a strong appreciation for how far 45,000 miles is. Read More»

Bowtie Economist

Often economists get a bad rap as presenters, but “Bowie Economist” Elliot Eisenberg’s humorous, blunt outlook exceeded expectations at a recent presentation for South Dakota's rural telephone companies. Read More»

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