Constellations spoke with Shawn Williams, Vice President of Government Affairs and Strategy at Pacific Dataport (PDI) about its business model for delivering broadband to remote, underserved markets. Specifically, PDI is building its Aurora Network Project to serve rural Alaskans with affordable and reliable broadband. At the heart of this network is PDI’s soon to be launched Aurora 4A MicroGEO, which will make its lower cost business model possible.
In PDI’s vernacular, ‘digital deserts’ exist all over the world; the places that either have no capacity, not enough, or no one interested in providing it. Typically cost and inaccessibility . . .
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