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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 9 September 2009 New York City Community Fiber Meet
NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 9 September 2009 New York City Community Fiber Meeting
8 Sep 2009 12:44:26 -0400
what="announcement from ISOC-NY list about NYCCF meeting"
main-issue="Conduit access in Brooklyn
(as well as much of the rest of NYC)
is controlled by the Empire City Subway Corporation,
a subsidiary of Verizon."
what!="Yes, a private company, Verizon, has been granted
a monopoly on use of the public conduits of
New York City."
line-of-attack="The conduits are public and must be managed by the residents
of New York City."
registration="required, space is limited, see below,
so register now to help take back our conduit"
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Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2009 04:43:07 -0400
From: ISOC-NY announcements <address@hidden>
Subject: [isoc-ny] New_York_City_Community_Fiber_Meeting Wed_9/9/09
New York City Community Fiber
Presentation, Discussion and Partnership Meeting
NYCCF invites you, elected representatives, city employees, and other
community-based organizations for a presentation of NYCCF's research,
proposed business model and next steps going forward.
The evening will start with an overview of the history leading to
date, challenges and obstacles going forward, and discussion of the
ways in which interested parties can help build momentum.
Date: Wednesday September 9th, 2009
Time: 6:30-9:00 pm
Location: DCTV, Third Floor
Address: 87 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10013
Refreshments will be served, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.
Space is limited to 60 people.
More info: http://communityfiberproject.net/
What is NYCCF?
New York City Community Fiber (NYCCF) is a grassroots non-profit
telecommunications initiative seeking to construct and maintain
community-owned optical networks in New York City.
It is the goal of NYCCF to construct optical networks in a manner that
is faster both in terms of service availability (time to deployment)
and network capacity (connectivity speeds) while at the same time
providing a significantly lower total cost of ownership (TCO) on a
10-20 year time frame.
In parallel with technical and financial modeling, NYCCF has been
actively reaching out to community-based academic and service-based
organizations. NYCCF has had discussions with=A0 CUNY, SUNY, NYSERnet,
the National Science Foundation, Manhattan College, NYIT, the New York
Public Library, Mount Hope Housing Company, Fordham University and
NYU, among many others, and invites all community-based organizations
to come out for an evening of business plan discussion and optical
network construction planning.
If this sounds of interest, we hope you'll join us=A0on September 9th.
Contact: Louis S. Klepner
NYC Community Fiber
Joly MacFie 917 442 8665 Skype:punkcast
WWWhatsup NYC - http://wwwhatsup.com
http://pinstand.com - http://punkcast.com
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