A recent study found that fully rural counties with low broadband availability had 34% fewer telemedicine visits compared to fully rural counties that have high levels of broadband availability.
IIA released a survey and white paper showing that Millennial Americans — like older generations — are concerned about the privacy of their online information and whether online technology and social media companies are taking the appropriate steps to safeguard the personal information of consumers.
According to the latest estimates by Ericsson, global 5G smartphone subscriptions are not expected to really take off until 2021/2022. However, after 2021, growth is anticipated to rise rapidly.
The Internet Innovation Alliance commends the Federal Communications Commission for taking action today to fuel American leadership in the race to 5G. By holding an overlay auction of the 2.5 GHz EBS spectrum band, valuable mid-band spectrum will be freed for flexible use, helping to ensure American global dominance in next-generation connectivity and accelerating transformative technologies, including the Internet of Things (IoT).”