Broadband News 2015 February 25

Broadband News updates on February 25, 2015

Outflanking Network Neutrality: The Ubiquitous broadband strategy

Over the past few years, Internet companies Google, Facebook, Amazon have announced a series of investments in unconventional broadband …

 

Will net neutrality slow broadband investment?

Sununu is now the honorary co-chair of telecommunications industry trade groupBroadband for America and a Time Warner Cable board member.

 

What the Broadband Industry Really Needs Isn’t Net Neutrality. It Needs Competition.

Comcast’s high profits are evidence of high barriers to entry in the broadband industry. Ordinarily, a company that consistently made billions of dollars …

 

Leader: Iowa House committee could make broadband changes

Gov. Terry Branstad’s broadband expansion bill could undergo major changes as it advances in the Legislature, according to the leader of a House …

 

Internet pioneer David Farber warns FCC’s broadband regulation could slow innovation

Professor David Farber, a former Chief Technologist at the FCC, asks a question of economists and engineers about risks posed to privacy by the …

 

The government can’t ‘promise’ superfast fiber broadband will be rolled out countrywide – Rural Affairs 

The Government cannot “promise” that superfast fiber broadband will be rolled out to all homes in certain provincial areas, Rural Affairs Minister Ann …

 

Where high-speed broadband is offered in your town

Data is a big part of the challenge in assessing Maine’s broadband needs. But a federal grant funded a data set handed to state officials last fall, giving …

 

Windstream’s Gunderman: We’ll improve broadband speeds with VDSL2, bonding

Windstream plans to enhance the broadband speeds for customers by deploying fiber deeper into its last mile network while leveraging VDSL2 and …

 

Taxpayer Group Pans Pre-Emption of State Broadband Laws

The president of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance said if the Federal Communications Commission pre-empts state broadband laws in Chattanooga, …

 

Zille vows to fight Telkom’s broadband contract

She said Telkom had tendered for the Western Cape multimillion-rand broadband contract and was beaten “fair and square” in open competition by.

 

‘promise’ superfast fiber broadband will be rolled out countrywide

The Government cannot “promise” that superfast fiber broadband will be rolled out to all homes in certain provincial areas, Rural Affairs Minister Ann …

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Author: Praveen Gupta

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