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Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

March 27, 2018
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Broadband: The infrastructure challenge of our generation Washington Times
Access to high-speed broadband is no longer a privilege in 21st century America — it’s a necessity. Americans should be able to find a good job, launch a new business, or take college classes regardless of where they live. But in the United States, nearly 40 percent of rural Americans lack access to …

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USDA seeks applications to increase broadband access in unserved areas New Hampshire Business Review
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for grants to fund broadband infrastructure projects in unserved rural communities. “E-connectivity is essential to the economic vitality and quality of life in rural communities,” said Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett.

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USDA Seeks Applications to Increase Access to E-Connectivity/Broadband in Rural AreasNorthcentralPa.com
Applications for Funding to Increase Access to E-Connectivity/Broadband in Unserved Rural AreasUPMatters.com
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Updating Infrastructure is Essential to Building Smart Cities Government Technology
Access: Upgrading infrastructure will require investments in broadband access for cities. Brookings recently released a report on the state of the nation’s internet access which finds that a quarter of Americans live in “low subscription” neighborhoods, in which less than 40 percent of residents have …

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FCC Acts to Speed Deployment of 5G and Wireless Broadband Infrastructure Sierra Sun Times
March 23, 2018 – WASHINGTON – The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday adopted new rules streamlining the wireless infrastructure siting review process to facilitate the deployment of next-generation wireless facilities. As part of the FCC’s efforts, the agency consulted with a wide range …

FCC relaxes federal review rules to allow quicker 5G deploymentSmart Cities Dive
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USDA offering grants for broadband efforts Beckley Register-Herald
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is accepting grant applications to fund broadband infrastructure programs in underserved rural communities. The grants are available through the USDA Community Connect program and will be between $100,000 and $3 million. The funds are …

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USDA seeks applications for funding to increase access to E-Connectivity/Broadband in unserved … Newton County Times
The funds must be used to provide broadband service at a minimum rate-of-data transmission of 25 megabits downstream and 3 megabits upstream, which is the speed benchmark that the Federal Communications Commission has officially adopted for broadband connectivity. Awardees must use …

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New FCC Order Pushes 5G Momentum In Right Direction Forbes
This Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on proposed rules seeking to streamline wireless infrastructure deployment. … Yet, it won’t hold a candle to what is to come if we can successfully usher in the next stage of connectivity, i.e., 5G wireless broadband services.

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Proposed Federal Budget Would Allocate Just $7.5 Million to Fix National Broadband Map Data Telecompetitor (blog)
broadband The omnibus bill to fund the federal government that is currently before Congress calls for $7.5 million to go to the National … Participants got an earful about broadband data problems at a recent Senate Commerce Committee hearing titled “Rebuilding Infrastructure in America: Investing in …

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Trump Extends National Cybersecurity Emergency Broadcasting & Cable
In an e-mail touting the President’s infrastructure plan, as reported in The Washington Times, the Administration included a quote from House Communications … "The Communications and Technology Subcommittee, which I chair, has been working hard on a large broadband infrastructure package.

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Congressional Spending Bill Allocates $600 Million in New Rural Broadband Funding Telecompetitor (blog)
Federal funding mechanisms are a complex maze these days, and this direct funding of $600 million will likely be joined by other funding through other mechanisms. President Trump’s infrastructure proposals for example call for additional rural infrastructure and broadband funding. “We also look …

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Google Alert – “new broadband”

March 25, 2018
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NY says Charter lied about new broadband, threatens to revoke its franchise Ars Technica
Charter claimed that it met the TWC merger buildout commitments in part by expanding service in New York City. But Charter’s "new" broadband deployments in New York City included addresses that the company was already required to serve as part of the franchise agreements, the commission said.

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New FCC rules could lead to more broadband for more people Baltimore Sun
Infrastructure is a hot topic these days, and broadband is a key part of that discussion. There’s a good reason for that. Access to high-speed Internet service means access to jobs and opportunity. Whether in downtown Baltimore or rural parts of the Old Line State, consumers all want better, faster and …

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Broadband deals of the week: hot new offers from Plusnet, BT, NOW and POP TechRadar
Finally! For once your procrastination has really paid off. If you’ve been avoiding sorting out your new broadband deal, four fantastic fresh internet offers have totally vindicated your sheer bone idleness. They include a £175 gift card with super fast BT Infinity 2 fibre, £50 cashback with Plusnet’s best rates, …

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Ajit Pai says net neutrality was the top threat to broadband deployment Ars Technica
To "prove" that the net neutrality repeal is spurring new broadband deployment, Pai pointed to deployments by AT&T, Verizon, Frontier, and Alaska Communications. But as we explained in this article, three of these four deployments were planned during the Obama administration, and two were funded …

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Regional commission completes broadband study Smoky Mountain News
As an incumbent provider, Frontier is receiving Connect America Funds that are specifically for new broadband infrastructure. Thompson said CAF funds are usually used on the “low hanging fruit,” adding new customers in communities adjacent to existing infrastructure, or adding equipment to improve …

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UK broadband providers still aren’t being honest about internet speeds TrustedReviews
Under Ofcom’s Code of Practice, it is recommended the providers offer speed information ‘as early as practical’ when selling customers a new broadband deal. The communications regulator also requests ISPs tell the potential customers about the factors that can affect their speeds. During the tests the …

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Why can’t we get rural America online? Because it doesn’t pay the bills for big companies The New Food Economy
Last month, as part of a big push to promote rural broadband connectivity, FCC published a new broadband map, which it intended as a tool to guide legislation and appropriations for federal funding of deployment. It paints an unsurprising picture. Across the country, big cities and their suburbs are …

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Rapid broadband deal for borough Telegraph.co.uk
Hyperoptic, backed by major investors including George Soros, will install faster and more reliable new broadband lines for 53,000 council homes in Southwark over the next year. The project means a further 45,000 homes and business will also get a broadband upgrade. Once complete, the roll-out will …

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UK broadband providers fail to give customers details on speeds The Scotsman
Some of the UK’s biggest broadband providers are inadequately informing customers about speeds when they are buying a new broadband deal, an investigation has revealed. Consumer organisation Which? used mystery shoppers to see if broadband companies met the current guidelines, as well to …

Study: ISPs coming up short on speedAdvanced Television
UK ISPs still failing to provide adequate speed information – Which?Telecompaper
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Broadband providers are coming up short on speed Which?
Some of the UK’s biggest broadband providers are inadequately informing customers about speeds when they are buying a new broadband deal, new research from Which? reveals. With Ofcom introducing an updated Code of Practice for providers in March 2019, Which? mystery shopped broadband …

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Governor Wolf Announces New Initiative to Expand Broadband Access Governor Tom Wolf – PA.gov
Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf will announce a new initiative aimed at expanding broadband access to businesses and households in Pennsylvania through the creation of a new office dedicated to ensuring every Pennsylvanian has access to high-speed internet. The announcement also …

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Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

March 20, 2018
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Wicker Chairs Hearing on Broadband Infrastructure Investments Yall Politics
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet, today led a hearing to receive testimony on how to advance broadband deployment in the United States. In his opening statement, Wicker noted the importance of …

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New FCC rules could lead to more broadband for more people Baltimore Sun
Infrastructure is a hot topic these days, and broadband is a key part of that discussion. There’s a good reason for that. Access to high-speed Internet service means access to jobs and opportunity. Whether in downtown Baltimore or rural parts of the Old Line State, consumers all want better, faster and …

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Verizon Forced to Repair Broadband Infrastructure It Has Literally Let Fall Apart Motherboard
Given Verizon’s political power on both the federal and state level, holding the company accountable for any of this has often proven difficult. But the Communications Workers of America (CWA) has gained some traction in the fight by simply showing state regulators photos of what Verizon’s neglected …

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Is 5G the Magic Bullet for Rural Internet Access? MeriTalk (blog)
“To make next-generation broadband a reality and position the United States so it can win the global race to 5G, we should modernize outdated rules that delay and add unnecessary costs to broadband infrastructure deployment,” said subcommittee Chairman Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss. 5G, the latest …

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Lujan Grisham Meets With USDA Secretary To Increase Economic Development Through … Los Alamos Daily Post
“Farmers, ranchers, and rural Americans are some of the most innovative, creative, and hard-working people in the United States, but without broadband access, they can’t harness their full potential to compete in a modern economy,” Lujan Grisham said. “Broadband increases economic activity, …

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A President That Puts the Needs of Rural Americans Front and Center The White House (blog)
His Executive Order on Streamlining and Expediting Requests to Locate Broadband Facilities in Rural America, signed this January, outlines a system to bring broadband infrastructure to overlooked rural communities. Even sweeping reforms, such as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that President Trump …

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4 Wireless Operators to Buy on Strong Growth Potential Nasdaq
While telecom growth momentum is expected to be maintained in the United States over the near term, the major impetus is likely to come from the … Huge government expenditures, including those on U.S. broadband infrastructure development program and similar structural subsidies in China and …

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Secretary Perdue’s Prepared Opening Statement on Rural Infrastructure KTIC
Atop the infrastructure priority list for rural American citizens, businesses, and farms is the expansion of rural broadband for e-connectivity to the next “interstate highway system” of global commerce. The Agriculture and Rural Prosperity Task Force recognized “e-connectivity” or reliable and affordable …

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Five members of Trump’s Cabinet unite on infrastructure funding push Fleet Owner
Bringing together five members of President Trump’s Cabinet before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation illustrated there is urgency to improve the nation’s infrastructure. The March 14 hearing, however, included little discussion of freight. Instead, it featured most …

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Zorn seeks another term as state senator Monroe Evening News
Michigan, he said, has had six consecutive years of population growth and income growth is the sixth highest in the nation. … Zorn said state funding for K-12 education has increased by nearly $1.5 billion and state infrastructure and broadband technologies are seeing “record-high” funding by …

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Wicker Chairs Hearing on Broadband Infrastructure Investments Senator Roger Wicker – Senate.gov
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet, today led a hearing to receive testimony on how to advance broadband deployment in the United States. In his opening statement, Wicker noted the …

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Google Alert – “new broadband”

March 18, 2018
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Cortez announces new broadband pilot program The Durango Herald
The city of Cortez may soon roll out a pilot program designed to bring more affordable internet services to residents. At a City Council workshop on Tuesday, Rick Smith, general services director announced his plan to test the feasibility of the city becoming an internet services provider. Now, the city has …

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Cortez announces new broadband pilot program The Journal
The city of Cortez may soon roll out a pilot program designed to bring more affordable internet services to residents. At a City Council workshop on Tuesday, general services director Rick Smith announced his plan to test the feasibility of the city becoming an internet services provider. Right now, the city …

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New broadband infrastructure for the Scottish Highlands Land Mobile magazine
New broadband infrastructure for the Scottish Highlands. Written by: Philip Mason | Published: 13 March 2018. Comment on this article. The Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) has built a new 50 metre tower in the Highlands town of Milton to provide surrounding communities with 4G. As well as towns …

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From Comcast to Hawaiian Telcom: Tracking the top 16 residential broadband service providers in … FierceTelecom
The top cable operators added a total of 868,000 new broadband subscribers. Telcos, alternatively, reported that they had a total of broadband subscribers as of the end of the quarter. Broadband additions, losses: The effect of cable’s DOCSIS 3.1 drive was clearly felt by traditional telcos, which lost …

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Senate Kicks Off Series of Infrastructure Hearings With Focus on Broadband Broadcasting & Cable
Steve Berry, CEO, Competitive Carriers Association, was one of those not high on the FCC’s new broadband map. He said the FCC should have measured signal strength, rather than the map the FCC produced that identified the areas it thought were eligible for the USF Phase II mobility fund. "I am very …

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Broadband Kicks Off Infrastructure Hearing Series in Senate Multichannel News
Steve Berry, CEO, Competitive Carriers Association, was one of those not high on the FCC’s new broadband map. He said the FCC should have measured signal strength, rather than the map the FCC produced that identified the areas it thought were legible for the USF. Phase II mobility fund. "I am very …

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NBN’s new monthly progress reports don’t tell us enough CNET
Every month, the company responsible for Australia’s biggest digital infrastructure project says it’s connecting a town the size of Hobart to our new broadband network. For everyday Australians, that means the NBN is changing from vague political concept to physical broadband reality. And people are …

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Local Officials to FCC: We’re Not the Ones Impeding 5G Route Fifty
Instead the local officials’ letter urged the FCC to encourage new broadband investment and review the make-ready process in the case of fiber network deployments. “We’re able to accomplish much more at cheaper prices if we’re able to control some of the mechanisms in our city,” said Ammon, Idaho …

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Government Launch £67m UK Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme ISPreview.co.uk (blog)
The UK government has launched a new nationwide Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme (GBVS), which is funded by a pot of £67m and aims to provide vouchers worth up to £3000 for businesses (SME) or £500 to residents to help with the costs of connecting to “full fibre” (FTTP/H) broadband.

Stoke-on-Trent to Deploy 1Gbps Broadband to Homes and BusinessesISPreview.co.uk (blog)
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Hispasat, Phasor to Develop New Antenna for Land Vehicles Satellite Today
After the product development stage, Hispasat will provide this new broadband access service to mobility environments on roads in Spain, Portugal, North Africa and Latin America, by means of its satellite fleet. Phasor’s low profile, electronically steerable antenna enables the delivery of high-bandwidth …

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February 2018 nbn
To give you a clearer understanding of how we’re taking action, we’ve put some metrics together below. These relate to the services NBN Co delivers to phone and internet providers, and the physical connection of homes and businesses to our nbn™ infrastructure. Image. The metrics do not cover …

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Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

March 13, 2018
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ThousandEyes Network Intelligence Coverage Now Includes US Broadband ISPs GlobeNewswire (press release)
According to Gartner analyst David J. Cappuccio in the Top 2018 Trends Impacting Digital Infrastructure and Operations published on February 8, 2018, … ThousandEyes Network Intelligence vantage points now include Broadband ISPs in the U.S. cities of Ashburn, VA, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Los …

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ThousandEyes Network Intelligence Coverage Now Includes US Broadband ISPsEnables … Markets Insider
ThousandEyes Network Intelligence Coverage Now Includes US Broadband ISPsEnables Companies to Deliver Superior Digital Experience for SMB and … According to Gartner analyst David J. Cappuccio in the Top 2018 Trends Impacting Digital Infrastructure and Operations published on February 8, …

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Schumer: Dems’ $1 trillion plan would upgrade LIRR, LI sewers Newsday
Schumer said the Democratic plan would create more than 10 million “good paying jobs” throughout the country, would push heavily to bring broadband access to rural parts of the United States, including upstate, and forward several specific infrastructure proposals throughout the state. On Long Island …

Schumer announces $1 trillion infrastructure planGkMen
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USDA working to bring broadband to rural America Beef Magazine
Following President Donald Trump’s pledge to bring broadband to rural communities at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention earlier this year, the USDA is now focusing on developing a strong internet infrastructure that will allow rural farmers, ranchers, agri-businesses and small …

Rural Broadband Market Infrastructure Growth and Development 2018 to 2021Business Analytics
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National League of Cities Report Says Bridge the Urban-Rural Economic Divide to Create Local … PR Newswire (press release)
WASHINGTON, March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — "Bridging the Urban-Rural Economic Divide," a new report released today by National League of Cities (NLC) in partnership with the state municipal leagues, challenges conventional thinking about the urban-rural divide and encourages …

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What Infrastructure Does the US Really Need? TheStreet.com
The main problem when it comes to America’s infrastructure planning, beyond a reluctance to invest today in projects which will pay off tomorrow, is that most … Ensuring broadband to every citizen might be revolutionary today, but modern society is built on the fact that the electric grid was guaranteed to …

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House advances Walden-supported, bipartisan RAY BAUM’s bill swiftly reauthorizing FCC Ripon Advance
H.R. 4968 contains several proposals and aims to strengthen the national telecommunications infrastructure and give the United States a global competitive advantage with 5G wireless broadband systems that deploy advanced wireless services. Specifically, H.R. 4986 would reauthorize appropriations …

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How infrastructure reform could affect the US territories Pasquines
The government’s proposed Transformative Projects program has a pool of $20 billion in funds for broadband projects to which individual jurisdictions would apply. While the federal government is entangled in the long process of passing a significant overhaul of American infrastructure, US territories …

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Government hands out £95m for local full-fibre broadband ComputerWeekly.com
You also agree that your personal information may be transferred and processed in the United States, and that you have read and agree to the … the Local Full Fibre Network Challenge Fund underlines the importance of local projects to the UK’s digital infrastructure agenda,” said Adrian Baschnonga, …

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BSA Global Cloud Computing Scorecard: How does SG rank? Enterprise Innovation
… and broadband infrastructure. In 2018, most countries continue to make improvements, but some markets are falling further behind. Germany scored the highest on the Scorecard – due to its national cybersecurity policies and promotion of free trade – followed closely by Japan and the United States.

India slips two places in cloud computing preparedness: ReportMoneycontrol.com
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March 11, 2018
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The Problem With America’s New National Broadband Map CityLab
On February 23, though, the Federal Communications Commission’s cartography of connectivity got a long-awaited upgrade. But while the new broadband map is easier to click around, it still isn’t a reliable tool to gauge what internet options are available to homes or communities around the country.

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Editorial: New broadband manager seems like a better fit for Greenfield The Recorder
It would appear that Greenfield has hired someone to run its pioneering municipal broadband organization who is a much better fit than the last manager. John Lunt, the mayor’s assistant for special projects, is the new general manager of the Greenfield Community, Energy and Technology agency …

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FCC’s new broadband map breaks down service options, block by block StateScoop
FCC’s new broadband map breaks down service options, block by block. The most recent broadband availability data published by the federal agency is now accessible through an interactive, searchable map. Michelai A. Graham. By Michelai A. Graham. February 27, 2018 6:22 PM. Bio. Michelai A.

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Vodafone launches new broadband speed guarantee – and you can get an instant refund if it lets … Mirror.co.uk
Vodafone has launched a new broadband guarantee service for customers – and it’s promising superfast speeds – or your money back. As of this month, the firm will offer all new and upgrading home broadband users the ‘ultimate speed guaranteed’ – but only those on selected packages. On Vodafone’s …

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Commissioners Endorse New Broadband Legislation The Mountain Jackpot
“This is the time of year that our state legislators are busy drafting up bills,” Teller County Commissioner Dave Paul said at the last week’s regular meeting. Paul was referring to the fact that currently there are 413 bills proposed in the state legislature that are waiting to be voted on before the end of the …

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TelBru rolls out new broadband plans The Scoop
TelBru is rolling out restructured broadband plans targeted at gamers and streamers to increase their share of the residential broadband market. The company’s residential internet services now fall under three categories: quota-based plans; high-speed quota-based plans; and unlimited plans. The telco …

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North-east MSP welcomes new broadband contract rules Aberdeen Evening Express
A North-east MSP has welcomed an announcement that broadband providers will have to give a minimum guaranteed internet speed to customers at the point of sale. Under new requirements, put in place by Ofcom, if internet providers don’t meet the minimum guaranteed speed within 30 days, …

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TelBru introduces new broadband plans Borneo Bulletin Online
The introduction, according to TelBru, was made to reflect customers’ demand after reviewing customers need gathered from feedback. The enhanced and new broadband options are expected to be rolled out today. The newly enhanced and additional plan structure was announced by TelBru in a press …

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TM To Launch New Broadband Service In July: Utilizes Portable “Magic Box”, Min Speed of 10Mbps Lowyat.NET (blog)
During its Q4 2017 financial briefing earlier this week, TM has revealed it will be launching a new broadband service later this year. The new service is apparently aimed to provide broadband services to areas that have not yet been reached by fibre network, as well as to those who prefer not to be tied …

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Commissioners approve broadband resolution The Union-Recorder
He explained the new broadband project would be owned and operated by the CSHLRA Board of Directors. In addition there will be a contract operating company, as well as a broadband consultant, who will provide expertise when it comes to the need for upgrades, Wright said. Finally, where the …

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New broadband IR source Spectroscopy Europe
New broadband IR source. The laser system developed by the LMU physicists is the first that produces infrared light spanning over two octaves from 4500 nm to 20,000 nm. Photo: Thorsten Naeser. Laser physicists from the Laboratory of Attosecond Physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) …

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NBN Co introduces improvements to business migration nbn
For many businesses, migrating important services to the nbn™ broadband access network can be a complex task that often requires additional time and support to minimise disruption to vital operations. Last year, we started urging businesses with copper-based Special Services such as Ethernet Lite, …

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Notes from Senate Estimates: February 2018 update nbn
Executives from NBN Co have appeared before Senate Environment and Communications Legislation Committee in Canberra this evening to share an update on a range of subjects, including some of our recent announcements about the HFC network, the pricing initiative, and focus on customer …

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FCC’s new broadband map breaks down service options, block by block Broadband Matters
FCC’s new broadband map breaks down service options, block by block. Post date: 03/02/2018. The most recent broadband availability data published by the federal agency is now accessible through an interactive, searchable map. FCC’s new broadband map breaks down service options, block by …

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March 6, 2018
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Microsoft and a Michigan company partner to expand broadband in the UP, Wisconsin Michigan Radio
The project in Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is part of a broader, more ambitious goal of Microsoft’s to “close the gap” in broadband coverage throughout the United States. To address the high costs and technological limitations of building broadband infrastructure in rural areas, Microsoft is …

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Another Voice: Infrastructure is not always physical Sacramento Business Journal
According to Speedtest, the U.S. ranks 12th among 129 countries in fixed broadband speed. (It is worth noting that better performing countries tend to be smaller or more densely populated.) However, technology is no longer confined to stationary connections; the number of cell phones far surpasses the …

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ExteNet Systems Partners with Peak Internet on its CBRS LTE Fixed Wireless Network PR Newswire (press release)
CHICAGO, March 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — ExteNet Systems, a leading independent provider of Communications Infrastructure enabling advanced cellular, wireless and broadband connectivity across urban and rural America, today announced it has deployed a CBRS Part 96 ready fixed wireless …

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US House to vote on identifying more 5G spectrum Smart Cities Dive
Walden said bringing 5G coverage could also help rural areas in the United States, which were targeted for assistance earlier this year by Trump’s infrastructure plan’s provision of better broadband internet. “If we can get mobile coverage out there and at a speed that is really, really fast, you’re going to …

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Financial Review: Black Box (BBOX) versus Altice USA (ATUS) StockNewsTimes
Altice USA logo Altice USA, Inc. is engaged in providing broadband communications and video services in the United States. The Company’s segments include Cablevision and Cequel. Cablevision provides broadband, pay television and telephony services to residential and business customers in and …

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March 4, 2018
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Download and stream movies in SECONDS with this broadband game changer Daily Star
An ambitious new broadband service has been temporarily trialled in London that could fetch you incredible broadband speeds of up to 10gb, almost 300 times the average in the UK. The revolutionary service would see movie nuts foaming at the mouth, with an average download speed for a full HD …

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Nokia CEO Suri: Telecom is Being Gobbled by Cloud Operators Barron’s
Nokia CEO Suri: Telecom is Being Gobbled by Cloud Operators. “This is a fundamental change,” he said. Much of the talk was an update on progress in “5G,” the new broadband standard that is set to take over today’s existing cellular data networks. Suri said things are proceeding faster than expected.

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Weekend tech reading: Build your own Altair 8800, 46% of last year’s ICOs have failed already TechSpot
The FCC’s New Broadband Map Paints an Irresponsibly Inaccurate Picture of American Broadband How do you fix a problem when you’re not capable of admitting you have one. That’s the problem that continues to plague the United States, where consumers not only pay some of the highest prices in …

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