Volume 29 | April 2021
Member News Alert
DOW Technologies Wins Eight Quest for Quality Awards

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE            Contact: John Yodzis, President & CEO
                                                           Phone: 800.627.2900 x 3323
First Time Winning Prestigious Industry Award
TAMPA, Fla. (April 13, 2021) – – DOW Technologies, the leading independently owned electronics and technology services distributor, was recently awarded eight Quest for Quality Awards in CE Pro’s 11th annual competition. In the first year DOW won any Quest for Quality Awards, it received an award in each of the available categories. 
CE Pro’s Quest for Quality Awards recognize the services offered by distributors and manufacturers that supply custom integrators. The eight distributor categories were voted on by CE Pro’s readers; this year saw a record-breaking 14,550 votes cast. The Awards are open to distributors across the nation.
HughesNet Named Best Satellite Internet Service Provider of 2021 by U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News Ranks HughesNet Among Top Best Internet Service Providers

Germantown, MD, March 30, 2021 – HughesNet®, the leading satellite internet service, has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report 360 Reviews as the Best Satellite Internet Provider of 2021. U.S. News cites superior data performance and availability as competitive differentiators for HughesNet, the flagship high-speed satellite Internet service from Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), an innovator in satellite communications for 50 years.
Broadband Experts Thoughts on Infrastructure Plan
Article via SmartBrief

Experts in Wednesday’s Broadband Breakfast Live Online event debated what “future-proofing” broadband could look like and whether President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan can achieve it.The White House’s new “American Jobs Plan” looks to fund $100 billion for broadband infrastructure in addition to other areas, and part of that plan “prioritizes building ‘future proof’ broadband infrastructure in unserved and underserved areas so that we finally reach 100 percent high-speed broadband coverage,” said a White House statement.