Mosaic Technologies Awarded Multiple Grants for Broadband Infrastructure

By Published On: March 13th, 20241.2 min read

Cameron, WI

The Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) announced the Capital Projects for Broadband Infrastructure awards on March 7th, 2024 highlighting Mosaic Technologies as a recipient for six awarded grants totaling $12,599,377. The grant funding will supplement the total project cost of $26,797,456 and the remainder of the finances to construct the fiber network expansion will be self-funded by Mosaic Technologies.

Mosaic Technologies will be expanding its state-of-the-art fiber broadband network in Barron, Dunn, Sawyer, and Washburn Counties to underserved rural communities. The scope of the project will include 370 constructed mainline fiber miles and provide broadband access to 2,547 addresses.

The company CEO Domenico Fornaro addressed employees during the internal award announcement, “This is a year of growth and execution for Mosaic Technologies. What we do matters to the communities we serve. We will never take that for granted as we scale our operations to construct the newly awarded grant footprints.”

The six grant awards will provide rural communities with broadband access to improve their economic vitality, strengthen their work or education-from-home opportunities, and provide telehealth in the changing medical environment within Northwest Wisconsin.

Public Relations Manager De Anna Westphal will be coordinating with each township awarded to provide construction timelines and processes. Public meetings will be scheduled throughout April and May 2024. For more information about Mosaic Technologies’ fiber broadband network and construction process, visit

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