First up, we talk to Joy Ibarra, Sr. Community Relations Manager from Hawaiian Telcom about their Digital Equity grant awardees.
First up, we have Joy Ibarra, Sr. Community Relations Manager from Hawaiian Telcom to tell us about their Digital Equity grant awardees.
This week we do a special update on the current status of Internet and communications access on Maui in the wake of the wildfires resulting from Hurricane Dora. I first cover what is happening on the ground with Hawaiian Telcom, Spectrum, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.
First up, Blue Startups is hosting a discussion called Fundraising in the COVID era with Canaan Principal Rayfe Gaspar-Asaoka at their upcoming Insights for Resiliency webinar. Rayfe will discuss what has changed in the current fundraising environment. What can entrepreneurs expect from venture capitalists today given the shifting social and economic landscape? This takes place on Monday, June 22, 2020, at 1:00pm.
We then welcome, Dan Masutomi, Director of Network Optimization & Subsea Engineering at Hawaiian Telcom, Senator Kalani English, representing Hana, Upcountry Maui, MolokaÊ»i, LanaÊ»i and KahoÊ»olawe, and Bill Sides part of the Hana Broadband Committee. They’re here to tell us about running fiber along the road to East Maui and Hana.
We kick off today’s show learning about the upcoming Hawaiian Telcom University. Ryan Miyamoto, Sr. Product Manager at Hawaiian Telcom is here to tell us all about it. Then we learn about art in science programs at a science organizations. Kirsten Carlson and Michelle Schwengel-RegalaÂ shared their experiences on the Schmidt Ocean Institute, R/V Falcor and the Bishop Museum.