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Rural broadband is essential to bringing the public Internet to modern agriculture, rural businesses, schools, and homes.
Farmers and ranchers depend on broadband just as they do highways, railways and waterways to ship food, fuel and fiber across the country and around the world. Many of the latest yield maximizing farming techniques require broadband connections for data collection and analysis performed both on the farm and in remote data centers. However, 29 percent of U.S. farms have no access to the Internet according the USDA report, “Farm Computer Usage and Ownership, 2017.”
America’s farmers and ranchers embrace technology that allows their farming businesses to be more efficient, economical and environmentally friendly. Today’s farmers and ranchers are using precision agricultural techniques to make decisions that impact the amount of fertilizer a farmer needs to purchase and apply to the field, the amount of water needed to sustain the crop, and the amount and type of herbicides or pesticides the farmer may need to apply. These are only a few examples of the ways farmers use broadband connectivity to achieve optimal yield, lower environmental impact and maximize profits.
Farmers and ranchers rely on broadband access to manage and operate a successful businesses, the same as small businesses do in urban and suburban America. Access to broadband is essential for farmers and ranchers to follow commodity markets, communicate with their customers, gain access to new markets around the world and, increasingly, for regulatory compliance.
Stay Connected. Study. Play. People who live in rural areas no longer have to “make do” with less-than-ideal internet connections or no internet access at all. Get high speed rural internet across the country – whether you live on the remote coast or in the middle of the plains. Being connected to high-speed internet in rural areas lets you work and play without worrying about losing your connection or being frustrated by slow internet speeds.
Broadband Public Internet for Rural Communities.
Quality of Life
Rural communities need access to health care, government services, and educational and business opportunities. For many rural communities, access can only be gained by using broadband services and sophisticated technologies that require high-speed connections. According to the Federal Communications Commission, 39 percent of rural Americans lack access to 25 Mbps/3 Mbps service, compared to only 4 percent of urban Americans. Current and future generations of rural Americans will be left behind their fellow citizens if they are without affordable high-speed broadband service that enables them to tap into health care and educational services, government agencies, and new business opportunities.
Whether you run a farm, warehouse, medical office, restaurant, national retail chain or other type of business, you now have broadband capabilities that can keep up with your operations. Satellite internet provides broadband speeds up to 100 Mbps. A one-stop solution for business with multiple locations, enabling critical business applications such as voice over IP, point-of-sale transactions, cloud backup, file downloads, online collaboration, and more. Businesses that rely on continuity and SD-WAN choose our satellite internet as a secondary connection because it provides a diverse and resilient connection when cable and fiber connections go down.