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Jul
08
We got the Rohn Tower up at our office this past week.
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Jul
14
Steve Fortmann met with the Royston City Council to lay out his plans for Paladin Wireless.
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Jul
20
We have begun running tests on all the equipment, from radios and antennas to customer equipment.
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Aug
12
Last month Steve Fortmann met with Royston’s City Council to discuss his proposal to use the Water Tower in town for Paladin’s high speed internet service.
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Aug
20
Ben Garland of Paladin Wireless met with City Council members to discuss the use of their two water towers.
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Nov
04
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Nov
13
Paladin Wireless turns up the Royston Water Tower.
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Feb
19
Steve and Prize Fortmann met with Brendan Belair, the Chief of Staff for Congressman Doug Collins to discuss what Paladin Wireless is doing in providing a choice and competition for broadband in the region.
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Mar
01
Paladin Wireless will add the city of Franklin Springs to it's expanding coverage area.
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Apr
01
Paladin Wireless expands to Canon Georgia.
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Aug
26
Paladin Wireless is conducting a survey to gauge the level of interest residents of Jefferson have in another provider coming to town.
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Sep
16
Paladin Wireless attended the Joint High- Speed Broadband Communications Access for All Georgians study committee in Toccoa yesterday.
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Feb
10
Steve Fortmann from Paladin Wireless presents to the Board of Commissioners in Dawson County.
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Jul
28
Paladin Wireless announces plans to deploy 100Mbps service network wide.
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Oct
06
ExteNet to bring enhanced broadband wireless connectivity to Paladin customers across northeastern Georgia
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Nov
21
WSBTV Channel 2 News - Steve Fortmann weighs in on the rural broadband issue in this report by Justin Gray which aired November 10, 2017.
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Jan
09
Georgia lawmakers in Atlanta and Washington just found a powerful ally in their push to bring faster internet to rural areas of the state: President Donald Trump.
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May
23
Steve Fortmann, President and CEO of Paladin Wireless, joins in on a panel discussion about the business case for CBRS in rural areas at the Connectivity Expo in Charlotte North Carolina.
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Mar
09
District 4 Monroe County commissioner George Emami revealed on Tuesday, Feb. 20 that he had a promising meeting earlier this month with a Royston-based internet service provider who expressed interest in expanding into Monroe County.
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Mar
20
Rural broadband projects across the nation are getting another infusion of federal cash, this time through the United States Department of Agriculture.
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Oct
16
Remote communities depend on reliable wireless broadband to participate in rural telehealth programs.
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Jan
13
Rural broadband is a multibillion-dollar problem, and not a new one for the federal government.
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Oct
30
CBRS looks different. We’re investigating five different potential business models, and at least three of them are likely to be big winners. Altogether, the odds of a strong growth market are very high for CBRS, because there’s a rich mixture of mobile operators, cable operators, neutral hosts and enterprises that all have ideas for mobile LTE. In addition, a few companies like Paladin Wireless and Cal.net are already moving forward with fixed-wireless deployments.
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Aug
17
Paladin Wireless presents a plan to offer service to Danielsville
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Jun
11
Two weeks ago, I was in Dahlonega, Georgia, and I met a company that runs the Paladin Wireless in small-town Royston, Georgia. He told me himself that these regulations had made it, forced him to spend over a $8,000 on compliance, and that’s a number of different households in a place, small-town Georgia.
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May
25
Progress is being made, and more is coming, on rural broadband issues, Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, said while attending a forum in Dahlonega on Friday. Pai and U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, talked to a packed room of telecommunications industry leaders and local and state elected officials at the University of North Georgia’s new Convocation Center in Dahlonega.
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Jun
05
U.S. Representative Doug Collins says a recent town hall meeting with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai on the need for better broadband and Internet service in Northeast Georgia was encouraging.
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Oct
22
COVINGTON — Newton County will explore the possibility of leasing ultra high frequencies licensed to the county to a wireless Internet provider in order to increase access to broadband for residents in rural areas.
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