Nine in 10 (87%) of U.S. homes now have internet service compared to 83% in 2016 and 69% in 2006, according to Leichtman Research’s new study Broadband Internet…
Thank you for this opportunity to comment on the requirements for the Affordable Connectivity Program and a timeline for its rapid implementation. It is imperative to connect every American as quickly as possible. This belief has always been core to IIA’s mission, which is to ensure that every American – regardless of race, income, or geography – has access to the critical tool that is broadband internet. Since 2004, IIA has promoted public policies that support equal opportunity for universal broadband availability and adoption so that everyone, everywhere can realize the benefits of the internet, from work to education, health care, employment, community building, civic engagement and more.
In a new survey of U.K. workers and HR managers commissioned by Microsoft, 51% of respondents said they would consider quitting if the current mix of remote and in-office work is not an option given by their employers.
A new survey commissioned by Microsoft highlights potential security vulnerabilities with Internet of Things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT) devices. Almost 40% of IT managers surveyed said they experienced an attack on IoT or OT devices in the past two years.
The new sensor-packed Arduino Nicla Sense ME tool has a wide range of IoT applications, including real-time monitoring of manufacturing, environmental safety, physical fitness and wellness, and much more.
A recent study by CTIA highlights the importance of 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) in narrowing the digital divide. The technology is capable of bringing high speed internet to 8.4 million households in need.
A new robot developed by Facebook Connectivity traverses and installs fiber-optic cable atop telephone wire at a much quicker pace than traditional installation methods, slashing time and costs associated with connecting underserved communities.