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tw telecom's Herda Calls for National Business Broadband Policy

tw telecom Chairman, CEO and President, Larissa Herda, delivered a keynote at Comptel this evening, calling on the industry to engage Congress and the FCC in establishing a national Broadband Policy for Businesses that will spur innovation for enterprises and...

Wireless Association Comments on Stimulus Plan

President Obama's economic stimulus plan passed its first hurdle today, clearing the Senate, en route to the House. Among the many elements of the bill, there is nearly $7billion in available funding for the delivery of wireless broadband to rural areas. Fred...

In-Stat: WiMAX Market Strong, Yet Some Vendors Shrink from Opportunity

According to industry researcher In-Stat, "Broadband communications have become a crucial communications tool, so demand for mobile WiMAX technology remains strong." But some vendors, especially those slow to migrate to the latest standards, might not be willing to wait around for...

More on Broadband, Jobs, Stimulus

In case you followed the recent blog chatter about the proposed $40 billion that would go toward improving broadband availability and speeds as part of broader economic stimulus, here's some more information. According to a Reuters article, Robert Crandall, a Brookings...

Point Topic: UK Broadband Subs Down

UK researcher Point Topic sent out a release today stating they estimate that fewer than 200,000 new broadband lines were added in the UK in the Q4 2008, which results in less than half of what was originally predicted for...

Report: US Broadband Operators Spent $4.1 Billion on P2P in 2007

Next time you visit one of those "click here to steal this copyrighted work" download sites you should know that you're not just taking food from the tables of entertainment industry workers, you're also stiffing carriers with quite a tab. Apparently,...

VoIP in the Skies is a Social Concern

Andy has an entry today about a NY Times article that talks about VoIP in the Sky. The interesting thing to note is that using the increasingly available inflight wireless broadand connections are not causing a technological upheaval, but rather the...

DSL, Fiber, IPTV Subs Growing

DSL currently dominates the global broadband access landscape with approximately 65% of the world's 370 million broadband subscribers. Fiber subscriptions are however growing rapidly, rising by 33% year over year to lay claim to approximately 10 million subscribers. The numbers come...

Study: Nations Need to Better Utilize Communications Tech

A new study, commissioned by Nokia Siemens Networks is being billed as the first index to examine quality as well as quantity of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) usage and infrastructure.   The Connectivity Scorecard was created by Professor Leonard Waverman,...

Death of the All You Can Eat Internet (continued)

Last week I posted an entry about Time Warner’s plans to implement a usage-based billing model with a test run set for Beaumont TX.   Well, here’s some more information on that subject.   Kudos to Slashdot for pointing out...
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