OpenCape’s mission includes a focus on affordably connecting community institutions to support them in providing critical services and enrichment programming
To help make a seamless transition to online worship, the rector of Saint Barnabas's Episcopal Church in Falmouth, Reverend Will H. Mebane, Jr., chose OpenCape's reliable, high speed 100% fiber Internet: "Our motivation was to be supportive of a local initiative."
Renowned journalist joins local technology nonprofit
Help! I need your help to save my business
Sandwich Public Schools recently were subject to a cyber attack that impacted their remote learning systems and OpenCape was called upon to help.
“Access to high-speed internet is no longer a luxury, but is essential for outer Cape residents. While this has been apparent for a while, the pandemic has made it even more clear, as working and schooling from home has become a necessity for many.”
Join OpenCape in Encouraging Governor Baker to Release IT Bond Bill Funds for Cape & Islands Projects
Governor Baker signed the $1.8B IT Bond Bill last week. Join OpenCape in encouraging the Governor to authorize the release of $1.7M in funds for critical Cape & Islands Fiber Projects
These new initiatives will enable merchants, business owners and residents to have access to robust, reliable, affordable connectivity, they are critical to the future growth of our communities.