Declarations of Innovation

Schley, Stewart
August 2005
Multichannel News;8/1/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 31, p26
Presents information on independent cable operator Sunflower Broadband, a newcomer into the wireless fidelity sector. Locations of the wireless hot spots planted by the company in Kansas; Difference of Sunflower from other cable companies; Implication of Sunflower's embrace of digital technology for other independent operators; Other independent operators that are making the same move as Sunflower.


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