Sunday, June 01, 2014

The FCC may finally admit that 4Mbps doesn’t count as ‘broadband’ anymore - Yahoo News

The FCC may finally admit that 4Mbps doesn’t count as ‘broadband’ anymore - Yahoo News

It's sheer folly to try to define "broadband" in 2014 based on throughput speed. Even the term "broadband" itself is obsolete since it was first used in the 1990s to differentiate service more advanced than dialup "narrowband."

What the U.S. needs is ubiquitous fiber to the premise telecommunications infrastructure and a real plan to achieve it and not more useless debating games and PR spin over what constitutes "broadband."

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