Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Broadband" (13)  

cpewebloga
 
For a small business trying to decide on a network solution which will be required to support video conferencing .... the journey can be aggravating.Basica www.business-blog-internet.com/a-cheap-solution-…
 

kciuk-pl
 
Tak wygląda mapa Polski pod względem dostępu do sieci. W przypadku łączy 2 Mbit i szybszych jest to tragedia.

Link: www.kciuk.pl/Mapa-polskiego-internetu-nie-wyglad…
 

webspot
 
The FCC's year-long effort to write a National Broadband Plan has hit a snag, and the agency wants a four-week delay. But will another month actually give us a "bold" plan?

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)fccs-underwhelming-looking-broad…

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webspot
 
The Department of Commerce tells the FCC that US broadband isn't competitive enough, and it's not sure that freeing up more spectrum for wireless Internet will make things better. Like the Department of Justice, Commerce worries about who will buy that spectrum if it's put up for auction (hint: the incumbents).

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)commerce-department-wireless-alo…

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webspot
 
Over half of the 66 countries studied enjoyed broadband connections at the level of performance required to deliver a consistent quality experience for most common web applications today, but some major countries such as the UK, Spain and Italy on average fell just below this threshold.

Link: www.bme.eu.com/news/uk-broadband-speed/

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webspot
 
The White House has announced the destination of about two percent of the government's $7.2 billion broadband stimulus grant package. Where's the rest? everybody's starting to ask. And how do we make up for the funding/investment gap that still remains?

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)dont-publish-waiting-for-and-get…

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webspot
 
Vice President Joe Biden took the opportunity as the week before Christmas in order to serve up the first payments towards bettering America's broadband infrastructure. A grand total of $7 billion will be spent on getting access to more individuals and upgrading our current networks...

Link: hothardware.com/(…)First-US-Broadband-Project-Payme…

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webspot
 
The Federal Commission has listed seven big bumps in the road towards universal use of broadband in the United States, including the TV set-top box innovation gap and the spectrum gap. The document may be a sneak preview of the agency's National Broadband Plan, to be released in February.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)fcc-outlines-seven-biggest-barri…

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webspot
 
Why is the FCC still funding rural phone companies in areas where unsubsidized cable operators offer IP telephone service? The cable industry is proposing a sweeping measure to simplify the nation's subsidy system for rural phone service providers

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)big-cable-proposes-way-to-move-m…

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webspot
 
Paramount Pictures says the widespread availability of a bootleg version of Star Trek means it needs to get tough on Internet users and websites, maybe even Google, Yahoo, and Bing. But what does this have to do with the FCC's national broadband plan? Everything, says Paramount.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)paramount-pictures-over-five-mil…

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webspot
 
Congress is clearly irritated that the United States has not done well in the international broadband Olympics. Other countries have national plans to accelerate the diffusion of broadband; America does not. So Congress has given the Federal Communications Commission a mandate to produce a plan with specific recommendations by next February.

Link: www.nytimes.com/(…)18digi.html…

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