Looking for data for state broadband plans and NTIA grant proposals? We have designed a proprietary Broadband Connectivity IndexTM to help you find unserved areas in counties and localities.

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Years of Experience

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million rows of broadband Data

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We have broadband data in the cloud.

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Our PhD economists and software developers have cloud databases and statistical software to offer rapid county-level data analysis. More advanced analysis is available on request.

"Every state plan and grant proposal will rely on broadband data. Each entity needs to be careful to apply proper statistical analysis when combining the geographic shapefiles. We can help."

- Nathaniel Lovin

Technology Policy Institute

Expertise

We have decades of experience understanding datasets from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), and state broadband offices.

Analysis

Our experts know the National Broadband Plan (NBP), American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's (ARRA) Broadband Technology Opportunity Program (BTOP), and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

Maps

We built our own in-house mapping and statistical tools with the same datasets and software used by federal and state governments. Our cloud-based tools are equipped with powerful statistical software for regression and GIS analysis.

Broadband data is more important than ever and it's critical to have the right toolkits to do economic analysis of data from different geographic shapefiles. Most consultants out there will not know how to combine these datasets properly.

- Scott Wallsten, Ph.D.

Technology Policy Institute

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