The Technology and Economics of Expanding Rural Broadband in the USA

Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 8:30 PM IST / 4:00 PM London


Across the country, local, state and federal initiatives are backing broadband for rural communities. While this effort to connect the unconnected has been underway for decades, the technology, services and economics to scale this critical infrastructure is not just catching up-it’s thinking forward.

In this session, we’ll hear from industry leaders on the technology and service delivery fronts to share their perspectives, experience and advice around why rural broadband is so important and what solutions are needed to speed service delivery.

Our conversation will cover:

  • How rural broadband service has evolved in the United States

  • What has been learned to help manage cost and deliver the best service

  • Advancements in technology and service delivery in response to unserved and underserved communities


Daniel Romer

North America Sales Director

Danië Römer is the Sales Director over North America for STL. He has been with the company for 2 years, and has spent close to 10 years in the industry. He has been supporting STL’s customers in their mission to build affordable broadband to their end users and is passionate about doing so.

Daniël holds an MBA from the University of South Carolina, and is currently devoting as much time as possible to help set up STL’s new factory in South Carolina.