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broadbandBringing broadband to all parts of rural America creates growing opportunities, as more companies target the underserved and unserved communities nearby. As enticing as some of these opportunities may look, a prudent first step should include a broadband feasibility study.

These studies provide critical business intelligence that helps service providers make more informed decisions. Whether you are an electric utility getting into broadband for the first time, or an experienced provider looking at expansion, broadband feasibility studies help guide stakeholders during a critical decision process. The more data and analysis you have, the better.

Finley Engineering’s infographic Broadband Feasibility Studies…Where Your Broadband Journey Begins illustrates the components and importance of feasibility studies.

Finley Engineering is a perfect partner to conduct your feasibility study. We’ve helped countless service providers gain this important business intelligence and we highly recommend all organizations who are studying new broadband deployments to conduct one.

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