NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - In rural Nebraska, offices can be found almost anywhere. They might be at a feedlot, or a home, or even in a tractor. It’s where many people do their work, and it is where they need connectivity.
Paige Wireless (now Ethos Connected) is setting the stage for those people, and that includes those who manage the nation’s food supply. Connectivity is finding its way to the places most important, right at ground level, where the soil, crops and animals are.
Julie Bushell, Former President of Paige Wireless and Founder of Ethos Connected, was in Arnold Thursday. She addressed a crowd at the Arnold Community Center about the “exciting news for the future of rural Nebraska.”