In its third year of existence, the OpenCape network is still relatively little known and less than fully understood by most Cape Codders
“We can tell them, ‘Here’s where the demand is,’” Mr. Johnston said. “We can give them top level data. If we can do some of that for free, it will be good for us and good for the town.”
A small rural town finds a way to provide itself with a world-class gigabit network.
A network so advanced, that if we wanted to, we could carry the entire load of the planet's Internet across our fibers
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Out on Cape Cod, municipal networks are taking hold. Public buildings throughout the town of Falmouth, Massachusetts, experience great connectivity and the town saves $160,000 each year with its own Institutional network (I-Net).
Halting reception, pregnant pauses, dropped calls. Cape cellphone reception is iffy at times, and it only gets worse in the summer as data demands climb. “Pockets of East Sandwich are absolutely horrible for cellphones,” Sandwich Fire Department Capt. Timothy McMahon said. But things are about to get better.