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UTOPIA gets good response in Centerville with cautions

February 27th, 2012

This article was orginally published in the February 23, 2012 print edition of The Davis County Clippper. By Jennifrer Wardell Clipper Staff Writer CENTERVILLE – Finally, businesses in Centerville are starting to experience UTOPIA’s fiber optic network firsthand. Though the city was ceremonially connected last Friday by Centerville Mayor Ron Russell, a handful of businesses, […]

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UTOPIA Moving Forward

February 21st, 2012

By Kane Loader It’s fair to say that the words “federal stimulus” don’t get much love around these parts. And some people don’t like the sound of “UTOPIA,” either. But we at UTOPIA – the consortium of cities that is building an open-source fiber-optic network – are happy to report that we’re using the $16 […]

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UTOPIA Showcases Fiber-Optic Technology at Open House

February 21st, 2012

 The following article was originally posted on Fox13 News’ website and can be found HERE. The Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, or UTOPIA, hosted Fiber Friday to demonstrate the benefits of fiber optics. The open house also shared examples of being wired provides economic development advantages. “If you think back a century ago, we called electricity […]

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UTOPIA Hopeful about 2012 prospects despite 2011 Loss

January 20th, 2012

This is a repost of an article found in The Salt Lake Tribune. To view the original article, click HERE. By Steven Oberbeck The Salt Lake Tribune Published: January 18, 2012 Despie losing more than 200 customers, the UTOPIA fiber-optic network is reporting that revenue generated from its operations increased 83 percent during its fiscal […]

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