Broadband Data

Google recently applied for a franchise to bring 1 Gbps fiber to the Nashville metro area ? with plans to begin work as soon as possible.
The dominant broadband providers account for 86.6 million subscribers ? the top cable companies with over 51.2 million, and the top telephone companies with over 35 million.
A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau reaffirms that although 78.1 percent of Americans have access to high-speed Internet, many are still left out.
Mobile visits to digital newspaper sites have doubled in the last two years, in some cases surpassing all other forms of access.
A new federal report shows growth in mobile Internet, but at the same time "... found that 28 percent of households still do not use broadband at home."
A new UN report shows the U.S. ranks 19th worldwide in percentage of individuals using the Internet.
The FCC?s Wireline Competition Bureau recently released a detailed report on local broadband and telephone competition as of June 30, 2013.
The Leichtman Research Group's new broadband report confirms what most of us know: we want fast Internet.
Former Undersecretary of Commerce Ev Ehrich put net neutrality in a wider context in the San Francisco Chronicle, saying. "?there's nothing neutral about the Net now, despite what a few strident voices say.?
According to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)'s National Broadband Map, ISPs report that more people have access to more and faster broadband.