Jessica Van Sack reported in the Boston Herald on how netBlazr has embarked on a technological cooperative that at some point could make for-profit broadband a thing of the past. She explained how netBlazr is building its network in the Back Bay and will expand throughout the rest of the city one co-op member at a time. netBlazr is positioned as a complement to the existing high-priced monopoly providers in the market, which provides a speed boost and increased reliability to office networks.
The article finishes with a bold claim about the broadband industry, “We’re very confident we’re going to have a big impact on everything long term,” Hanley said. “Five years from now, we want to change the world.”