NTCA Welcomes Alpine Communications to National Network of Smart Rural Community Providers

October 1, 2019

Arlington, Va., October 1, 2019 – Across the United States, rural, community-based broadband providers are serving small towns with robust broadband networks to support critical and innovative solutions for rural communities. These technological leaders are helping to build a nationwide network of Smart Rural Communities, where broadband connections are helping create a brighter future for rural America. Today, NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association is pleased to welcome Alpine Communications into this nationwide network in recognition of the company’s important work in bringing broadband-enabled advances to rural America.

The Smart Rural Communities program promotes collaborative work among rural broadband providers and other local leaders to develop broadband-enabled solutions for education, economic development, healthcare, and more.  The Smart Rural Communities initiative celebrates the technological leadership of nearly 850 small, community-based rural broadband providers in NTCA’s membership.

“I am so proud of Alpine Communications for rising to meet the challenge of providing exceptional service in rural America, where our member companies face low population density, geographic obstacles, regulatory hurdles and limited budgets,” said NTCA Chief Executive Officer Shirley Bloomfield. “NTCA’s Smart Rural Community Providers are leading by example and charting a course toward an even more vibrant, productive and community-oriented rural America.”

Smart Rural Communities includes four new tools for NTCA members: Smart Rural Community Provider; the Gig-Capable Smart Rural Community Provider designation; the Smart Rural Community Showcase Awards; and the Smart Rural Community Grants program. For more information about Smart Rural Communities, please visit ntca.org/smart. 

Alpine Communications is a Smart Rural Community Gig-Capable Provider

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