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netBlazr and Internet Privacy – A Facebook Live Discussion

Weaker internet privacy regulations and ISP’s (internet service providers) poised to sell consumer data have made for some scary headlines in the news recently. Here at netBlazr, we want to educate our customers – face-to-face. On April 20th, at 3:00 p.m. EST we’ll host a Facebook Live session with our founders, Brough Turner and Jim…

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netBlazr Cares About Your Privacy, Not Your Data!

Recent federal legislation eliminates FCC broadband protections and gives ISPs (Internet Service Providers) free rein to track consumer browsing behavior. ISPs can then sell that data to advertisers without consumer consent. This new development will have no impact on netBlazr customers. We recently released a statement about this situation. netBlazr keeps only the absolute minimum…

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One Charles Boston, Upscale Back Bay Community, Joins the netBlazr Network

  (Boston — April 5, 2016) One Charles Boston, a luxury boutique community rising eighteen stories above Boston at One Charles Street, has become the most recent member of netBlazr’s broadband network, providing residents with high-speed Internet access from Boston’s only five-star rated Internet Service Provider (ISP).   “Residents are seeking out tech-friendly properties with…

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Draper Laboratories Joins netBlazr High-Speed Broadband Service

Here at netBlazr we love knowing that our Internet service helps drive innovation in other companies. One of our newest clients is Draper Laboratories, a not-for-profit engineering and applied sciences research and development company. For the longest time, Draper Laboratories only had access to DSL Internet, hampering their efforts to find advanced solutions to the…

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Dec 2 – Dijon Technologies joins netBlazr co-op

netBlazr is pleased to welcome and Dijon Technologies to the co-op in Boston’s South End. Founded by an experienced tech entrepreneur and network security expert, the start-up company is still in “stealth mode.” With Comcast broadband not available in this Boston neighborhood, and DSL being the only option, they turned to netBlazr and can now…

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Carbonite joins netBlazr co-op

Carbonite, one the Boston Business Journal’s “Most Admired Start-Ups,” today joined netBlazr’s broadband co-operative in Boston’s Back Bay. A leading online backup service founded in 2005, Carbonite is headquartered in Boston and has over 200 employees. Carbonite has backed up over 100 billion files, at a current pace at about 200 million files a day…

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netBlazr connects Genscape overnight during Verizon outage

Genscape, the leading provider of supply-side energy business information, joined netBlazr’s broadband co-operative in Boston’s Back Bay. It was touch-and-go when this communication-intensive financial services provider lost their Verizon Internet connection.  Within 6 hours of getting the call, team netBlazr installed a couple radios and got Genscape back online so they could deliver their analyst…

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Back Bay Association joins netBlazr co-op

The Back Bay Association (BBA) today joined netBlazr’s broadband co-operative. The organization contacted netBlazr in a bind after having a 3-day Verizon outage, with no end in sight during the landline workers’ strike in July.  Brough Turner, CTO at  netBlazr, arrived that same day and connected  BBA to the growing co-op in Boston.  The Back…

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