Broadband Upgrade Consulting Program

We hold a kickoff call to understand your current network infrastructure and future needs

We research technology and provider options by engaging directly with the provider community

We help you develop your 470/RFP strategy and build a business case

We support you in selecting a vendor and procuring a solution after bids are received

We provide technical and implementation support as needed after the 471 is submitted


Want network upgrade support? Sign up to get started!

Our district consulting team is made up of network technology experts with specialized project management and procurement skills to support you through the upgrade process. Sign up below for a brief 15-minute introductory call to help us understand your district’s broadband network needs.

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We’ve helped many districts connect their schools to fiber and increase bandwidth. We’re ready to help you.

Eatonville School District, Washington

In Washington state, our team helped Eatonville School District upgrade from DSL to Lit Fiber while negotiating a better deal with their current provider. The upgrade increased Eatonville’s bandwidth by 10x with an increase of only 1.3x in monthly costs.

Darby School District, Montana

Our Fiber Team worked with Darby School District in Montana to help plan the district’s network upgrade. After securing multiple bids, Darby selected a provider that will build a lit fiber network, resulting in 33x times more bandwidth scalability for the future.

Lubbock Independent School District, Texas

District leaders from Texas’s Lubbock Independent School District used our fiber toolkit as a central resource for planning their network upgrades. Lubbock found a new provider to construct a fiber network connecting their 58 schools, providing 11x more bandwidth for 2.5x less in monthly cost.

We are so grateful for all your help with the RFP. Getting fiber to our district is a bigger project than we have ever taken on, but you made it seem easy!

John Wehrman, Cayuse Prairie School District
Kalispell, Montana