AMMON, Idaho, Aug. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Ammon, Idaho was recognized on August 1st, 2016 as the Community Broadband Project of the Year by the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA). See official announcement here https://www.natoa.org/web/site_news/news_detail/34
EntryPoint Networks has been collaborating with Bruce Patterson and the City of Ammon leadership for the past 6 years to help craft the vision and design for the Ammon network. EntryPoint is proud to be the Automated Open Access and Security Authentication technology provider for the Ammon network.
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EntryPoint's software orchestrates and automates the provisioning of broadband networks. EntryPoint delivers a feature rich software suite for managing Automated Open Access in a Software Defined Municipal Cloud. EntryPoint's vision is that broadband networks can provide much greater value beyond simply delivering fast internet by using new technologies including Software Defined Networking, Network Virtualization, and Network Automation. Through open, secure, cloud like ecosystems, these solutions make it possible to deliver new applications that make a difference in people's lives. EntryPoint believes that Open Access will get broad adoption when it works like the Internet and enables compelling new services.
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