Trend Results : Broadband

Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 8265)


14 Mayors Have To Join Forces And Beg Verizon To Upgrade Its DSL Network

1 hour agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We've long noted how it's now Verizon's modus operandi to take millions in subsidies and tax cuts from state or local governments in exchange for delivering fiber optic broadband upgrades. Except time and time and time again those fiber upgrades never actually arrive, and just as often the impacted states or cities let Verizon get away with it. Show More Summary

Faster Broadband Is On Its Way For India

Broadband internet users in India will soon have faster internet to connect with as the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is

The Ongoing Applicability of Copper-Based Broadband Access

By: Paula Bernier, TMC Executive EditorVideo and other rich media are driving demand for ever-faster connectivity. Indeed, Bell Labs believes demand for bandwidth to support residential triple play services will grow by 10 percent annually. Sometimes...Show More Summary

Facebook Brings Satellite Internet To Africa

Facebook is working with a satellite operator to expand Internet access in sub-Saharan Africa. They will use the entire broadband capability on a satellite scheduled to launch before the end of the year. The AMOS-6 satellite (pictured) has two sets of bands. Show More Summary

?Facebook to beam Internet to Africa from space

19 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Satellite will deliver broadband to rural parts of sub-Saharan Africa

Time Warner Cable Admits Its Customer Service Stinks. Pinky Swears To Do Better

Once again, a company is attempting the tactic of being honest about the public perception of its awfulness. This time, it’s Time Warner Cable, which really wants customers — most of whom have no other choice for broadband service — to believe it gives one little bit about their satisfaction. The company took out a full-page ad [PDF] …

Facebook will use satellites to bring broadband to large parts of Africa

In its latest quest to open up Internet access to developing markets, Facebook has partnered with French satellite company Eutelsat Communications. Scheduled for launch in the latter half of 2016, the multi-year initiative will “leverage satellite technologies to get more Africans online,” according to a press release. It will use the upcoming AMOS-6 satellite, a […]

Amid Digital India Programme, India Slips Down in UN’s Broadband Ranking

At a time when the Government of India is pushing the Digital India initiative, the recent statistics revealed by the United Nations

Rajant Corporation Exhibit at the ITS World Congress

Pioneer of Kinetic Mesh™ networks and provider of pervasive, multi-frequency wireless solutions, the Rajant Corporation offers fully mobile wireless broadband connectivity that is simple, scalable and easy to deploy.

Cable Company Totally Unsure What Neighborhoods It Serves, Wants $117,000 For Broadband Service

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Here's a tip if you're looking to move or building a new house: get your ISP to write you a letter confirming that they service your new address. While you're at it, get three copies of it from three different executives, have it notarized,...Show More Summary

AT&T Testing Wireless Home Broadband In At Least 4 States

AT&T helped grease the wheels for its recent acquisition of DirecTV by promising to bring high-speed wireless broadband to homes in rural America. Now that the merger is official, it’s look like AT&T is beginning to make good on that promise, though a number of questions about the new service still remain. Back in March, we were the first to …

ADSL to FTTC means for me a broadband increase from 2.7 Mbps to 29 Mbps

I’ve never worried too much about my broadband speed since all I do is e-mail and web browsing. So I was pretty content with an ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) connection which gave me a download speed of up to 2.74 Mbps and upload speed of up to 0.76 Mbps. But recently my son and […]

Update: Deadlines Set for Responses to Petitions for Reconsideration in Citizens Broadband Radio Proceeding

You already know (because we told you last week) that the Commission has received eight petitions for reconsideration of various aspects of its new rules establishing the Citizens Broadband Radio Service. Now, thanks to a notice in the Federal Register, we know when comments (and replies to those comments) about any or all of those … Continue Reading

The unstoppable rise of in-flight Wi-Fi

4 days agoLifestyle / Travel : Gulliver

A COUPLE of announcements over the past fortnight have highlighted the pace at which the internet is now invading the skies. First, Lufthansa announced that it would begin to offer broadband internet on short-haul and domestic routes, with the first planes being fitted with the technology in summer 2016. Show More Summary

AT&T is testing new tech that delivers home broadband service wirelessly

Sad but true: Millions of Americans are still reliant on dial-up services to get online because major telecom and cable companies don’t want to spend the money necessary to build out faster networks to remote rural locations. However,...Show More Summary

Cable companies’ TV business is going down the tubes, but broadband monopolies ensure their survival

Cord cutting is a real trend and it’s only accelerating. If you still need more evidence for this, look at a new Strategy Analytics study showing that in the most recent quarter “total subscribers among the tracked [pay TV] operators declined at the highest rate we have seen so far.” Samuel W. Show More Summary

New York State Envisions 25Mbps Broadband For All Residents

The state of New York is working on a plan to make sure that all of its residents have access to high-speed broadband internet within a few years, the state envisions to provide 25Mbps connections to all residents at the very least by...Show More Summary

As Comcast Broadband Usage Caps Expand, Company Still Refuses To Admit They Even Have Caps

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Like the boiling frog metaphor, Comcast continues to slowly deploy usage caps in a growing number of uncompetitive markets in the hopes that nobody will notice until it's too late. As noted previously, Comcast has started imposing aShow More Summary

Instead of Gimmicks, Google Brings Real Broadband to Ghana

Google’s high-speed fiber in Ghana isn’t as cool as Wi-Fi balloons. But it’s more important. The post Instead of Gimmicks, Google Brings Real Broadband to Ghana appeared first on WIRED.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC