a collaboration to bring world-class broadband to the homes and businesses in The Domain
Fiber for Sewanee is a collaboration to explore bringing world-class broadband to the homes and businesses surrounding the University of the South. The project, a partnership between entities with decades of esteemed service to the region, would result in a world-class fiber network to support The Domain.
Partners in Broadband
The Strategic Partner
The University of the South is exploring a financial investment to aid in the construction of this project to bring an advanced fiber network within reach of all homes and businesses in The Domain.
Sewanee was founded in 1857 by clergy and lay delegates from Episcopal dioceses throughout the south. Today, the University remains dedicated to providing a top-quality liberal arts education while building a sense of community and lasting relationships.
The Infrastructure Partner
DREMC, in building a fiber network to support a modern energy distribution system, would expand its infrastructure to connect The Domain to world-class broadband.
Duck River Electric Membership Cooperative was founded in 1936 to bring life-changing electricity to Middle Tennessee. Today, DREMC provides safe, reliable, affordable electricity to portions of 16 Tennessee counties. The cooperative is deploying fiber to bring advanced capabilities to its distribution system and enhance its overall efficiency. DREMC is the fourth largest electric cooperative in Tennessee and among the top five percent in the nation.
The Service Partner
Ben Lomand Connect would provide broadband, voice, digital TV, home security and related services to Sewanee across a fiber-to-the-premises network.
Ben Lomand Connect began in 1954 as an effort to bring basic telephone service to a rural portion of Warren County. Today, the member-owned cooperative delivers advanced telecommunications technology to Middle Tennessee and the Upper Cumberland. This includes broadband service across a state-of-the-art optical fiber network connecting homes and businesses in 11 counties. Ben Lomand Connect is a leader in the state and one of the largest broadband cooperatives in the nation.
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