Originally published: December 13, 2010
Last updated: December 13, 2010 - 7:21pm
As part of its on-going data collection and mapping work, The e-NC Authority has officially launched its newly updated online map to show where broadband is available across the state.
Plotting data down to the census block level and street segment level in some areas, the North Carolina Broadband Map is a highly-interactive GIS (Geographic Information System) tool that outlines what types of broadband technologies - including DSL, cable, mobile, wireless and fiber - are available to households statewide, which companies are offering these services and the exact areas providers say they are currently serving or could serve customers. Users query information by plugging in a street address or selecting a specific technology type. The map is also intended to assist e-NC and state and local leaders in identifying unserved and underserved pockets of broadband availability in North Carolina.
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