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FCC releases Measuring Broadband America report

Wednesday 18 June 2014 | 22:03 CET | News
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has released the results of its ongoing nationwide performance study of residential broadband service in its fourth "Measuring Broadband America" report. The report highlights five evolving trends: ISPs continue to deliver upload/download speeds they advertise, but a new metric, consistency of speeds, shows there is still work to be done, download speeds performance varies by service tier, with some ISPs delivering less than 80 percent of advertised speeds, fibre and cable technologies continue to evolve to higher speed offerings, but DSL is

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Cablevision / FCC / Qwest / Verizon / Windstream
Countries: United States
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