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Serious about Speed

By Chris Schweitzer, Auburn Essential Services The way people use the Internet today is changing—even from just a few short years ago. With access from almost anywhere, more devices per person, and an increase in video streaming, we’ve seen our customers (business and residential alike) use the Internet to do more, and more of it.  […]

Next Century Cities Welcomes President Obama’s Support for Next-Generation Broadband

By Chris Schweitzer, Auburn Essential Services Last week at Cedar Falls Utilities, President Obama spoke about the increased support for communities committed to affordable, high-speed broadband. The White House recognized Next Century Cities, the bipartisan, city-to-city initiative dedicated to ensuring the availability of next-generation broadband for all communities. The City of Auburn is one of […]

Choose the AES TV package that suits you

As we’ve been delivering AES TV throughout the city over the past few months, it’s been energizing for us here at AES to see all of our planning and hard work become a reality—right in your living rooms, basements and media rooms! We’re proud to offer this service. And over and over, we’re hearing that […]

On track with Auburn fiber network completion

Over the past 12 months, we’ve shared with you our plans to complete the construction of Auburn’s fiber optic network. While fiber was laid throughout 50 percent of our community and electric territory, it wasn’t enough for us to keep up with the demand—not to mention realize the cost effectiveness of delivering multiple services through […]

New policy protects AES investment in your community network

By Chris Schweitzer The Auburn City Council recently introduced an ordinance establishing Auburn Essential Services’ policy regarding return customers with multiple cancellations. Unfortunately, there was some misinformation communicated after the meeting and I’d like to use this forum to clear up any misperceptions or confusion. It’s true that we’ve implemented a new policy about multiple […]