On March 17th, GAW High-Speed Internet (GAW) of Brattleboro acquired the fixed wireless network of APC Services (All Pro Communications, Inc) of Rutland, Vermont. With coverage over much of Rutland County, the acquisition compliments GAW’s existing network, and offers enhancements for APC Service’s existing customers.APC Services has been a trusted source for Rutland County companies for many years, specializing in a complete line of telecommunications products and services. Through their partnership with Go2Web Internet Services, APC Services became a local leader in complete advanced Internet solutions for home and business and implemented an extensive wireless network in Rutland County.As Vermont’s largest Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP), GAW continually enhances its wireless network. Acquiring the APC network extends GAW’s wireless network into central Vermont. What is more, GAW will be increasing service offerings, including cost-effective high-speed data and voice combination plans for consumers and businesses. “Given the challenges our communities face in the current economic climate, GAW continually looks for ways to bring increased value to its customers by leveraging its innovative talent and infrastructure,” states Josh Garza, CEO of GAW. Brian Ferguson, Manager of APC Services, also sees the move as a benefit for the Rutland area: “GAW’s acquisition of our wireless infrastructure will bring additional products and services currently unavailable to Rutland County residents. In addition we are convinced that GAW can deliver the high level of customer service that our customers depend on.”Area residents and businesses looking to stay competitive and technologically up-to-date will benefit from GAW’s services, which include:More cost-competitive service offerings for customersImproved broadband speedsVoice and Internet bundled services, offering better value alternatives to separate voice and Internet plansEnhancements to the back-haul infrastructure that feeds the wireless towersBetter support for customers through access to a state-of-the-art customer service centerLocal call center in Vermont–offering Vermonters the peace of mind that they are speaking with VermontersCurrent APC Services customers may go to www.GAW.com(link is external) for complete details of new and enhanced service offerings. For new customers seeking information or to sign-up for service, visit the site or call 877-220-2873 and speak with a GAW Customer Support Specialist. Anyone who is not able to receive service currently in their area may add themselves to the list of people who wish to receive service by submitting a request through the community application (http://GAW.com/community(link is external) ). This information will be used for evaluation of any future expanded coverage.About GAW High-Speed InternetGAW High-Speed Internet (GAW) was formed in 2005 by Josh Garza and partners. GAW (www.GAW.com(link is external) ) currently operates a successful wireless Internet service to subscribers in Vermont and New Hampshire. GAW offers subscribers broadband wireless Internet access on a network that defies rough terrain and topography in areas not currently served by standard cable or telephony-based broadband services. With more than $5 million committed in network infrastructure and deployment, GAW is committed to the future of rural High-Speed Internet access in areas under served or not served at all by traditional cable or DSL services. For more information about GAW or to find out how to get deployment of GAW service, visit www.GAW.com(link is external), call 1.877.220.2873 or email email@example.com(link sends e-mail).
Midship pipeline/Image courtesy of CheniereHouston-based LNG player Cheniere has awarded the final notice to proceed with the construction of a natural gas pipeline and related compression and interconnect facilities on the Midship Project.The notice was issued by Cheniere’s unit Midship Pipeline Company to Strike, M.G. Dyess, TRC Pipeline Services, and Cenergy.The Midship project received the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission clearance last month and is expected to be placed in service by the end of 2019, Cheniere noted in its statement.Cheniere previously entered into arrangements with investment funds managed by EIG Global Energy Partners for an investment of up to $500 million in the Midship project.Cheniere added that, in order to complete financing of the Midship project, Midship Pipeline entered into senior secured credit facilities with total commitments of up to approximately $680 million.The credit facilities consist of an approximate $615 million construction loan facility and a $65 million revolving credit facility.Proceeds from these credit facilities will be used to fund a portion of the costs of developing, constructing, and placing into service the Midship project, to fund working capital requirements, and for related general corporate purposes.The project entails the development of a natural gas pipeline with a firm transportation capacity of up to 1,440,000 Dth/d connecting new gas production from the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma to Gulf Coast and Southeast markets via deliveries to existing pipelines.
The head of the Italian footballers’ association (AIC) on Sunday urged football authorities in the country to strike a deal to safeguard lower league players, who risk losing their livelihoods due to the deadly coronavirus pandemic.Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus won Serie A last year“In Lega Pro (which manages the third-tier Serie C), Serie D and women’s football there are players who provide for their families with very low earnings,” AIC president Damiano Tommasi told Rainews24. “We’re looking to see if the resources we can get our hands on can help give them some security… 70 percent of players in the Lega Pro have gross earnings of less than 50,000 euros ($54,000) a year.” “Even going beyond individual athletes, I believe we have a responsibility to protect the kit men, physical therapists, drivers and pitch-side workers.” Tommasi spoke a day before a videoconference meeting between Serie A clubs in which player salaries — as well as potential dates to restart the league — will be on the agenda after failing to strike a deal with the AIC. The top-flight outfits had reportedly proposed a four-month suspension of salary payments in line with what Juventus players have already agreed with their club, an idea that was given short shrift by the AIC, who according to newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport counter-proposed a one month stop. On Saturday, the president of the Lega Pro Francesco Ghirelli said sides in the division could disappear in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which appeared on Sunday to be slowly abating in Italy but has still killed thousands. Loading… Read Also: Former Barcelona goalkeeper out of hospital after coronavirus scare “The whole network of Serie C clubs is very close to collapse … The very real risk is that owners could see their clubs go bankrupt. Players would then find themselves with no club and, consequently, no salary at all. “This is why we need sacrifices from everyone to save football. We need to realise as soon as possible that this virus could see many Serie C clubs disappear.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “With every day that passes, there is a greater risk that entire clubs and companies could be forced out of business,” Ghirelli said in a statement. Promoted Content20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’Best Car Manufacturers In The World7 Famous And Incredibly Unique Places In ThailandThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBut Who In The World Taught Them Those Moves? Was It Papa Bear?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More12 Marvel Superheroes When They Were Kids8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth