The statutory designation of broadband as a Title I information service is one key to putting the net neutrality debate to rest, and it’s also essential to creating a regulatory climate appropriate for broadband investment in rural areas.
The world’s internet population is growing significantly year-over-year. Between 2012 and 2017, the world’s internet population grew from 2.5 billion to 3.8 billion. And the amount of data created by today’s internet users is staggering.
Deloitte release a new paper that examines how the United States compares to other countries with regards to 5G network development and deployment. The verdict? The United States has a lot of catching up to do.
A new survey shows just how fast the market for broadband is changing. Consumers no longer see mobile and fixed internet access alternatives as fundamentally different but use different types of broadband access in similar ways. In other words, mobile and fixed broadband are now functional substitutes.
Consumers are becoming more connected than ever, and that includes home automation, where almost a quarter of consumers now own at least one kind of smart device, such as a smart appliance, thermostat, or lights.
An increasing number of Americans are relying primarily on their smartphones or web-enabled mobile devices to access a broader number and type of activities, services, and overall information.