Digibridge is a non-profit government supported connectivity network that partners with key community stakeholders to solve the digital divide. We are community built, community operated and owned community internet: Because affordable, accessible connectivity is a core 21st century civil right.
DigiBridge encompasses everywhere data travels: from fiber in the ground to wireless to devices in the home.
Our deployment starts by leveraging public infrastructure to provide broadband to underserved communities and evolves into a utility enabling multiple private and public services across the digital divide.
It’s Not Just About Services, It’s About Changing Outcomes.
Our Goal: Transform underserved communities into technology and innovation hubs to fully engage in this digital economy. Community internet is just the start, fully bridging the digital divide is our goal.
Digibridge works to maximize the power of innovation and partnerships to boost superior business outcomes. We focus on 1) economic growth, 2) attracting new community investment, 3) fostering new businesses and growing access to workplace programs. This equation provides communities a true competitive advantage in the global economy.
Technology is shortening the distance between communities across the globe yet the digital divide remains and is an acute health care problem exacerbated by the Pandemic. These barriers to access combined with social factors, including education, employment status, income level, gender age and ethnicity have a significant influence on the health of communities.
We work with existing school programs to bring broader and more durable digital services to the community. Providing broadband Internet connectivity to all families is a social justice issue that must be addressed. Students with high-speed Internet access at home have more digital skills, higher grades, and perform better on standardized tests.
Digibridge is aligned with Federal, state & local governments & private sector to build high-speed broadband infrastructure in underserved communities and to ensure resulting internet service is affordable. We do this while safeguarding and improving critical infrastructure and services. We make communities better connected and more resilient.
Every citizens and every first responders must be able to communicate during an emergency. Reliable connectivity is a necessary step to ensuring public systems are available for everyone. Anywhere and everywhere, our job is to ensure first responder communications are always on for emergencies and then always on for public services that are not immediate but are just as important.
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