How small Kansas companies bring fast internet to rural places that telecom giants ignore
MAY 2, 2022
With a family of five and a farming operation to run, Clay Scott’s home internet didn’t come close to cutting it.
Pulling up a weather page in a browser could take so long it produced an error message rather than a forecast. He tried installing a wireless security system, but it sucked up so much bandwidth that nothing else in the house would work. Once when his son needed to email a school project, the rest of the family had to log off just to give their connection enough capacity to send it.