FCC Finds Broadb and Lagging

Eggerton, John
May 2011
Multichannel News;5/30/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 22, p15
The article focuses on the conclusion of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding the delay of broadband deployment in the U.S. According to FCC, Americans cannot access job and economic opportunities due to little prospect of getting broadband deployed to their homes in reasonable and timely basis. It mentions the reasons for unreasonable and untimely deployment of broadband such as price, speed and limited capacity to schools and libraries.


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