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New Sales and Marketing Rep

netBlazr is pleased to announce that Perry Wasserbauer will be joining the company for the new year. He will be replacing Steve Bondreau as our Sales and Marketing Representative. We are excited to add Perry to our team. A recent graduate from the University of Connecticut, Perry is passionate about using technology to upend the…

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Cable Companies Create WiFi Network. Higher Fees Next?

News broke today that Comcast, along with Time Warner and three other cable providers, are now creating a national WiFi network that will allow their customers to access online content outside their homes. The plan calls for the creation of 50,000 WiFi hotspots in four eastern states (New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania) and amounts to…

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Dan Powdermaker Joins netBlazr Broadband

netBlazr is pleased to announce that Dan Powdermaker has joined the firm as Executive Vice President.  Dan will oversee the commercial rollout of the company’s award-winning application of wireless technology, which provides the business community affordable and reliable broadband Internet access. Dan has a long history with traditional and emerging voice, data and Internet service…

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Castle Square Tenants Organization Joins netBlazr

Castle Square Tenants Organization has recently joined the growing netBlazr broadband cooperative network. Castle Square is located on Tremont Street in Boston, MA and has been around since 1987.  CSTO is known for providing affordable housing for low and moderate income residents.  Castle Square is also focused on brokering relationships between the residents and management, which helps…

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Prosper-IT Adds netBlazr Internet

netBlazr is pleased to welcome Prosper-IT as one of its newest members in the broadband cooperative.  Located in Boston’s Back Bay, Prosper-IT has monitored, managed, and maintained numerous business networks for over ten years.  The engineers at Prosper-IT are interested in consistently raising their standards of performance through a proactive channel of communication with those they service.…

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iPad Puts Pressure on Broadband Networks

The rise of the iPad is simply put, unquestionable. With the release of the iPad 3 this last week, its increasing dominance as the tool of choice for business becomes obvious. However, these devices require faster and augmented corporate networks, something that many organizations may not be ready to deliver. A recent article in Wired…

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BFIT Connects to netBlazr Broadband Internet

The Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology has recently joined the netBlazr broadband co-operative.  BFIT is a technical college, which was founded over a century ago and is located on Berkeley Street, in Boston’s South End neighborhood.  BFIT offers their students technical education and analytic skills, that will prepare them to build a viable career.  netBlazr is pleased to…

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Wi-Fi – Key for Mobile Data Success

As printed in the February issue of Next Gen Mobility Magazine. We hear a lot about mobile operators’ 4G strategies – technology choices, spectrum licenses, capital requirements and deployment schedules. Typically unmentioned is their approach to Wi-Fi offload; yet the way an operator integrates with Wi-Fi will have a dramatic effect on costs, on user…

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US Senator Scott Brown Visits netBlazr

US Senator Scott Brown recently visited the netBlazr office, discussing Crowdfunding for startups.  The bill for Crowdfunding, states that individuals can invest up to $1,000 in a company, and allows companies to raise up to $1 million per year.  As of right now, only investors who are “accredited” can put money into startup companies.  When…

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Common Causes for Internet Outages

Let’s take a look at some of the most common reasons you may find yourself sitting behind a computer screen, unable to load a webpage or send an email… Failed link to internet provider: A failed link can be from a storm that causes power outages or construction/ animals that disrupt wiring.  With so many…

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