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CenturyLink is bringing 1 Gbps fiber service to parts of Las Vegas, using assistance from the local government.
?Forget the iPhone 5s... the biggest, most important development in the tech world right now is the beginning of fiber-based Internet service for home users.?
New York City has created a Wired Certification system called WiredNYC that officials referred to it as a kind of ?LEED for Broadband? certification.
According to research firm J.D. Power, subscribers who upgrade to faster broadband connections express greater customer satisfaction. And wireline tops cable in most parts of the country.
Pew reports that 70 percent of Americans have home broadband and 10 percent have access by smartphone, but 20 percent of us are still offline.
Connect America is working with carriers to bring broadband access to more than 600,000 rural homes.
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A new report from Internet company Akamai says that U.S. Internet speeds have dropped in world rankings.
The Fiber to the Home Council Americas (FTTH Council) has petitioned the FCC to now establish a Gigabit Communities Race to the Top program.
The FCC is taking over maintain the National Broadband Map from the NTIA, but is not planning to include critical pricing data.