netBlazr News

netBlazr Expands Broadband Network Throughout Newmarket

netBlazr now delivers broadband service to the Massachusetts Wholesale Food Terminal (MWFT) in Newmarket Square. The terminal consists of 18 businesses processing foods such as beef, nuts, seafood and fresh produce.  A third of those businesses have connected already, and others will connect in early 2013. Built in the 1950s the Newmarket area has had …

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netBlazr Now Offers The South End Residential Broadband

netBlazr, a local Internet Service Provider headquartered in Boston is calling for an end to unwanted bundled packages.  In an effort to introduce much needed competition into the market, netBlazr is pleased to announce a “nothing but net” initiative, offering reliable broadband at a low cost that remains the same price every month.  The home …

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netBlazr Featured on Boston Neighborhood News

netBlazr Co-founder and CEO Jim Hanley was interviewed in a segment that aired on Monday on the Boston Neighborhood News Network. Jim focused on the internet duopoly and how it impacts small and medium-sized businesses, while sharing our vision for a Boston internet cooperative. Check out the full interview online

netBlazr Raises $325K Seed Round to Expand Free Broadband in Boston

netBlazr announced today that it has raised $275K and has another $50K committed to its efforts to expand its innovative free internet service to Boston businesses. With Carbonite (a netBlazr co-op member) Founder and CEO David Friend leading the round, netBlazr continues discussions with additional investors and angels interested in revolutionizing broadband in America. “After …

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GigaOM blogs about netBlazr

It’s a cool idea says  Stacey Higginbotham in her GigaOM blog  about netBlazr:  Communal Broadband.  She goes on to explain their  innovative approach to bringing free access with speeds of up to 60 Mbps .  What’s even more exciting is netBlazr’s service could commoditize broadband  

Brough Turner, Netblazr, Freemium & Redundant IP For SOHO

Michael Graves at the Graves on SOHO blog picked up on the video of Brough’s presentation in Vienna almost a year ago and wrote a favorable blog post a few weeks ago.  Michael’s key point: To be plain, anyone who works from a home office professionally should not be without redundant IP connectivity. Period. We got …

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NetBlazr disrupting Boston's Innovation District

In an industry dominated by Verizon and AT&T a  disruptive force like netBlazr is just what is needed.  Help spread the netBlazr word here in Boston by introducing netBlazr to those looking to supplement their current internet service and have them sign up. Their next big area for expansion is the Innovation District. http://bostinnovation.com/2011/06/23/netblazrs-approach-to-delivering-supplemental-broadband-for-free/