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MIN100 Testimonial

August 14, 2017

We went to Mass Innovation Nights’ 100th Event at the Museum of Science, Boston and had a great time interacting with fellow innovators in the area. Perry was interviewed about netBlazr’s journey and his own time at the company:

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netBlazr and Internet Privacy – A Facebook Live Discussion

April 13, 2017

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!

April 6, 2017

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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The Latest on Internet Privacy

March 30, 2017

Congress has passed, and President Trump is about to sign, a bill repealing the FCC’s landmark internet privacy rules, passed in October of 2016. Last year’s rules limited how Internet providers could use and sell customer data, while asserting that consumers have a right to control their personal information. This new development will have no…

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netBlazr and RightRound Partner to Supply Linux Summit with High-bandwidth Internet Access

March 21, 2017

BOSTON – March 20, 2017 – When the world’s top open source storage and filesystems researchers and developers gather in Cambridge, MA this week to plan and implement improvements in Linux storage systems, local Internet service provider netBlazr and Austin, Texas-based RightRound will deliver faster broadband to speed their work. Locally owned and operated, netBlazr…

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netBlazr High-Speed Internet Network Expanding in East Boston

January 10, 2017

The Eddy, a new high-rise, signs on to provide residents internet service (Boston — January 10, 2017) netBlazr, Boston’s top choice for high-speed Internet, today announced its expansion in East Boston with the addition of The Eddy, East Boston’s newest high-rise residence, to its network. Locally owned and operated, netBlazr is Boston’s only Boston broadband…

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Streaming Service Roundup

January 5, 2017

Happy new year everyone! If you’ve ever attended one of our events, you’ll know that we come armed with a stack of information on how you can get your TV fix using netBlazr’s nothing but net service. It’s the first question on the mind of would be cord cutters, and as discontent with cable has…

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From the Desk of Jim Hanley to the Desk of Alvin Wu

December 20, 2016

If you’re following us on Instagram, you may have seen a photo of a letter sent to us by a 5th grader named Alvin Wu. It’s pretty darn cute and inspiring to see a young student getting excited enough about the Internet to write an actual letter to a company like ours, so our CEO Jim…

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We Made It Into the TOP 100 MDU Technology Providers for 2016!

December 8, 2016

“The 2016 MDU Top 100 list celebrates companies that serve the MDU market as technology partners. This list is technology neutral, unlike the FTTH Top 100 list that Broadband Communities publishes each July. It takes into account a wide variety of strategies – including, but not limited to, fiber to the unit – for property…

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Your Landlord and Your Internet Service Provider Could Be Working Against You

June 30, 2016

Living in a high-end apartment building in an up and coming neighborhood such as South Boston, you might expect to have more choice for your internet.  But in most cases, you still only have one provider available in your building. In one of our previous posts, we talked about how telco monopolies came to be. But…

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