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âWe understand the growing demand for high quality symmetrical broadband internet connectivity that only a fiber optic network can provide. Our fiber optic network accommodates a growing ecosystem of bandwidth-intensive applications, including work from home, distance learning, video streaming, games and telemedicine, âsaid Anderson.
Lumos and NorthState currently provide fiber optic broadband to nearly 200,000 residential and commercial locations in Virginia and North Carolina. They also plan to bring high-speed fiber Internet to underserved communities through public-private partnerships, thereby meeting the needs of the communities they serve.
The announcement follows the sale by EQT Infrastructure of the company’s former parent company, Segra, to Cox Communications.
Dr Charles L. Branch, chair of the department of neurosurgery and professor of neurosurgery and pediatrics at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, has been named the next editor of the International Journal of Spine Surgery. The peer-reviewed journal, which publishes six times a year, is dedicated to educating spine surgeons around the world by reporting on the scientific basis, indications, surgical techniques, complications, results and follow-up data from promising spinal interventions.
Le Grand Winston-Salem welcomed an intern Anna lummus, a senior from Wake Forest University, for a special talent retention project. Lummus will complete research on the perceptions of students in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County as a place to locate and use the results to make recommendations for a student retention plan. Lummus is a double major in History and Communication and a minor in Political Science at Wake Forest.