Posts Categorized: Alabama

Eating in Oneonta

A picture of the window of Miller's Soda Shoppe in Oneonta, AL

One of the great things about working for OTELCO is that we have the best customers. At the end of the day, they are what makes up our company. Last week, OTELCO participated in the Oneonta Business Association’s first-ever Festival of Lights. Not only was it a wonderful way to kick off the Holiday Season, but it was also an opportunity for us to get to know some of our Alabama customers. Now that I… Read more »

Busy Building Broadband

While We Were Away… We apologize to our blog readers for missing the last few weeks, but OTELCO has just been so busy building out fiber that there was no time to write. Here is a little peek into the rural broadband builds OTELCO has been up to this summer, what we have up our sleeve for the fall, and some interesting information from the USDA that we think will pique your interest. Fiber Buildouts … Read more »

Optical Fiber Network Deployment:
There’s no cookie cutter solution.

We often talk about customizing our approach to meeting a customer’s needs.  Whether we’re deploying hosted phones or helping a municipality to develop a community fiber network, there is no cookie cutter approach. OTELCO’s own new FTTP infrastructure is no different. With Lightwave Fiber operations and build-outs happening in Alabama, Missouri, Vermont, and Maine, OTELCO is using 3 different deployment approaches. In the communities of Blackwater and Arrow Rock in Missouri, OTELCO is retiring copper… Read more »

Fiber to the Home Season Heats Up at OTELCO

Fiber tot he home construction

They say there are three seasons in New England: winter, mud, and road construction.  While those road crews slow your commute to make much needed improvements to our transportation infrastructure, our crews will be working on building broadband infrastructure – and not just in New England. OTELCO is also building fiber to the home in our southern service areas in rural Alabama and Missouri. We’re bringing LightWave Fiber Internet connections of up to 150 Megabits… Read more »