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CrowdFiber is a sales and marketing automation platform built for the unique needs of the electric and telecom industries.

Service providers of every size and stage use CrowdFiber to analyze their geographic markets, deliver a competitive online buying experience for their members, grow smarter, and even apply for broadband funds and grants.

With more than 100 modules, features, and tools, CrowdFiber can be tailored to fit the needs of any broadband provider. 


NEK Project in Vermont Moving Forward With Fresh Infusion of $15.9 Million

Vermont Governor Phil Scott (R) has announced two grants totaling more than $16 million to support broadband construction projects. Most of the support – $15,899,089 – goes to the Communications Union District serving the Northeast Kingdom (NEK) to carry on a project connecting 45 rural towns in three counties to fiber broadband. NRTC is managing the NEK deployment in partnership with Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom (WCVT), which is providing internet services, and local consulting firm Mission Broadband.


The Latest Broadband News

FCC’s Broadband Map – What NRTC Members Should Know  

The FCC’s National Broadband Map has been out for more than a week and individual consumers, local governments, service providers, and other entities interested in maintaining the map’s accuracy have a limited time to file challenges before the next, updated version. NRTC staff has compiled a list of next steps for map challengers.

The Broadband Map is Out; Let the Challenges Begin

After years of public dissatisfaction with FCC broadband availability maps based on census block data, the FCC today unveiled more granular maps with door-to-door data. But all admit this first-draft map is flawed. The FCC will spend the next several months accepting challenges to the map’s data to make it adequate for broadband support programs.

With Recent Funding, “No Excuse” for Lack of Rural Broadband Coverage

Featured guest speakers, including Senators Jerry Moran (R-KS) and Mark Warner (D-VA), discussed the current levels of funding for broadband projects and what additional federal broadband assistance to expect in the future during USTelecom’s online Broadband Investment Forum.

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