The State of Broadband

McKimmie, Kathy
December 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Dec2005, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p27
The article presents information on the broadband services in Indiana. Indiana is at the 34th rank among the states in digital infrastructure. Only Kentucky which ranks 42nd, is worse than Indiana in overall broadband infrastructure. Minnesota has the highest-rank which is 20, after it there is Illinois at 22 and Ohio at 24. Michigan is at the 30th rank. Indiana ranked 32nd in the country and in the middle of the pack among peer states for Next Generation Internet, or "Internet2." Internet2 is with transmission speeds that are magnitudes beyond any link available to the average consumer or business.


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