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Idaho is considered as a beautiful and mountainous State that has been an important agricultural mainstay producing nearly one-third of the total potatoes grown in the U.S. All three varieties of wheat including Dark Northern Spring, Hard Red, and Soft White are all also grown in Idaho. In 2004, the state's gross product was $43.6 billion and per capita income was $26,881. The most important industries in the State of Idaho are food processing, lumber and wood products, machinery, chemical products, paper products, electronics manufacturing, mining, and tourism.
Interestingly, the world's largest factory for barrel cheese is located in the County of Gooding. This barrel cheese is the raw product for processed cheese used by many States and other countries.
While known for potatoes and agricultural products, some might be surprised to find out that Idaho is actually a hotbed of technology. Their dominance in the sector sprang from the semiconductor business (began in Idaho in 1970). Boise is the corporate office for Micron Technology, inc. as well which is the only U.S. manufacturer of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) used in modern computers. Other large companies with a strong Idaho presence include Hewlett Packard, Oracle, and Sun Microsystems.
Of course ISP’s have sprung up all over Idaho, spreading faster than a hot potatoe. Here is a list of some of the top ISP's in Idaho:
These Internet service providers offer different connectivity packages to meet residential and business customers' Internet access needs.