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Conexon and Cumberland Electric Membership Cooperative join forces to launch broadband network to serve nearly 100,000 rural Tennessee homes and businesses

By Conexon | June 21, 2019

KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 21, 2019 – Conexon, the nation’s leader in partnering with electric membership cooperatives to deploy broadband networks, is joining forces with Tennessee-based Cumberland Electric Membership Cooperative (CEMC)…

Chairman Pai and FCC staff meet with a large group of electric cooperatives

By Conexon | April 30, 2019

Yesterday (April 29) , in a meeting organized by Conexon, Chairman Pai and FCC staff met with a large group of electric cooperatives. Each coop was a winning bidder in…

Conexon welcomes veteran telecom and broadband sales leader Abby Carere as Vice President of Sales & Marketing

By Randy Klindt | February 4, 2019

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 4, 2019 – Conexon, a company committed to partnering with electric membership cooperatives to bring fiber to the home in rural communities, today announced the addition of…

Broadband mapping pioneer, Michael Byrne, joins Conexon as vice president, Information Technology

By Randy Klindt | December 6, 2018

Dec. 6, 2018 – Conexon, a company committed to partnering with electric membership cooperatives to bring fiber to the home in rural communities, today announced the addition of broadband mapping pioneer…

Andy Burger joins the Conexon team

By Randy Klindt | July 7, 2018

Conexon is proud to announce a key addition to their rapidly expanding team assisting electric cooperatives with their fiber to the home decisions and deployment. This new role, Vice President…

The Electric Co-op Rural Broadband Movement is underway!

Electric cooperatives across the country are making a significant impact in rural America, making a brighter future possible for millions!

Through the tireless efforts of Conexon’s partner cooperatives, more than 100,000 electric co-op members have been connected to gigabit-capable networks, and are today realizing the education, economic and lifestyle benefits of world-class broadband. We celebrate their success and invite other cooperatives to join the movement to bridge the digital divide!

Co-Mo Connect: 3,700 miles Built, 20,000 subscribers connected.                  OzarksGo: 7,000 miles Built, 15,000 subscribers connected.                United Fiber: 1,700 Miles built, 13,500 subscribers connected.                Midwest Energy (MEC): 2,000 miles built, 12,500 subscribers connected.