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new broadband Weekly update ⋅ September 16, 2014
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FCC to Promote Choices for High-Speed Broadband New York Times
While about 80 percent of homes have access to a wired broadband … B2 of the New York edition with the headline: F.C.C. to Promote Choices for …

FCC’s Wheeler: US needs more high-speed broadband competitionPCWorld
OTI Applauds Chairman Wheeler Speech on Broadband Speeds and CompetitionOpen Technology Institute – New America Foundation
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FCC’s Wheeler: Competition will drive new broadband speeds, availability FierceTelecom
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says that the only way that more residential and business customers will be able to get access to more affordable …

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Qtech starts new broadband system Telecompaper (subscription)
Russian company Qtech has introduced a new broadband services system, reports Cnews.ru. The system is based on P2P Active Ethernet technology …

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Shifting Toward Symmetry: The New Broadband Landscape Techzone360
Verizon made a similar observation in a recent press release, citing market research from IDC which found that 20 percent of U.S. broadband

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Spark Broadband In New Zealand Back To Normal After IT Meldown Over Celebrity Nude Photos International Business Times AU
Customer of Spark, a broadband provider in New Zealand known before as Telecom, said that it had fixed the meltdown on its system that had affected …

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Broadband Via Arasu Cable in a Month or Two The New Indian Express
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government is taking steps to provide affordable broadband Internet access to subscribers through cable TV connection.

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Reuters

How Is Time Warner Cable’s Broadband Business Trending? Forbes
The increasing need for speed and connectivity is driving broadband … new broadband subscribers, taking the total subscriber base to 84.3 million.

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Should Colorado broadband law be revoked? Yes The Denver Post
Competitive high-speed broadband networks are critical to the future of … to incentivize the private sector to provide new and better broadband. Cortez …

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UK household broadband speeds on the rise with 3m new lines, says Ofcom Irish Mirror
At the end of December 2013, 22.577million broadband lines were reported as installed and active in homes and businesses up and down the UK.

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BLOGS
Connecting Shropshire announces plans to provide fibre broadband to 13 new exchange areas
Shropshire Council Newsroom ⋅ Callum McLagan
Thirteen more exchange areas will get high-speed fibre broadband before the … Today also saw the launch of a new online map and easy-to-use line …

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Chairman’s New Definition for Broadband Helps Bring the FCC into the 21st Century Free Press
WASHINGTON — On Thursday, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler delivered a speech about the future of broadband at …

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Call for leaders to take advantage of new EU broadband funding and support PPP4Broadband portal
Call for leaders to take advantage of new EU broadband funding and … cities, local broadband partnerships and operators to the advice they need to …

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SMEs want cheaper unlimited broadband Idealog
SMEs want cheaper unlimited broadband. By Yoke Har Lee-Woolf, September 5, 2014 @ 3:43 pm. Research and development is a lonely business …

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Keyboard Shortcuts Twitter
I support universal broadband access throughout New York because it’s vital infrastructure for local economies. #TheCaseforWu. Reply; Retweet …

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Net neutrality and mobile broadband innovation Tech Policy Daily
It appears that American consumers may also soon benefit from innovative new ways to deliver broadband content to consumers. For example …

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