FttH network to 31,000 homes in Tennessee

Wednesday 7 January 2004 | 08:55 CET | News
Jackson Energy Authority has secured approval from the Tennessee Regulatory Authority to begin installing a fibre-optic broadband network, which it claims will be the largest fibre-to-the-home system in the US. A total of $54.3 million is being invested in the network, which will be ready to offer cable TV services from April 2004, with Internet and local and long-distance telephone services to follow. Jackson Energy Authority does not require approval to offer cable services, while its application to provide telephone services is being considered by the Tennessee regulatory Authority. The

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