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UTOPIA joins US Ignite Effort

June 16th, 2012

Salt Lake City (June 15, 2012) – UTOPIA, the consortium of Utah cities building an open-access fiber-optic network, has teamed with the US Ignite Partnership, launched yesterday at the White House, to capitalize on what is possible through virtualized ultra-fast broadband networks, and “ignite” the development of next-generation Internet applications and services for American businesses […]

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UTOPIA Contributes to National Partnership to Accelerate Adoption of Next-Generation Networks

June 14th, 2012

Todd Marriott, Executive Director of UTOPIA, is in Washington, D.C., today to participate in a White House event which will announce new steps in support of President Obama’s plan for expanding and improving access to broadband technology for American homes and businesses. At this event, US Ignite, a public-private partnership, will be introduced that aims […]

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The Fastest Internet Connection in Utah has arrived

June 13th, 2012

UTOPIA becomes the first in Utah to offer a 1-gig residential connection – ultrahigh speeds will make current technologies work in the blink of an eye and future applications not yet dreamed of possible Salt Lake City (June 12, 2012) – Today, UTOPIA, the open-access fiber-optic network formed by a group of Utah cities to […]

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What Could You Do With a 1-Gig Connection?

June 12th, 2012

Today, UTOPIA announced it is offering unheard of Internet speeds for residents: 1 gigabit-per-second connectivity. The numbers are pretty staggering: that’s 200 (!) times faster than the typical broadband connection of 5 MBPS. So, what does that really mean? At today’s launch event for the 1-gig connection, we shared a video prepared by Steve Freebairn […]

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Layton in Early Stages of UTOPIA Access

April 15th, 2012

This article was orginally posted on The Standard Examiner’s website on April 14, 2012 and can be found HERE. By Antone Clark LAYTON — UTOPIA is getting closer to being a reality in this community. Work crews from UTOPIA will lay down fiber optic cable in a preliminary move to eventually offer fiber-to-the-household network access […]

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UTOPIA remains a mystery to many Murray Residents

March 8th, 2012

The Valley Journals MURRAY — Bring up the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, and you’re bound to get a variety of responses. UTOPIA is the group of Utah cities that banded together to create a fiber-optic network for residents and business owners. The network operates as a wholesale supplier, and allows subscribers to choose their […]

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Cyber Centerville gets a High Speed Boost

March 7th, 2012

  The following article was orginally published in the March 1, 2012 edition of The Salt Lake Tribune. By Christopher Smart “It’s as fast as a Centerville wind.” That’s what Centerville Mayor Ronald Russell said of his city’s new fiber-optic network that is being installed by UTOPIA, otherwise known as the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure […]

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UTOPIA and Dish Network team up to provide broader array of video services

March 7th, 2012

  The following article was originally posted on Deseret News on March 7, 2012. The Valley Journals MURRAY — Bring up the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, and you’re bound to get a variety of responses. UTOPIA is the group of Utah cities that banded together to create a fiber-optic network for residents and business […]

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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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