Getting US broadband up to speed is a good idea, and a year after their National Broadband Plan, the FCC ‘s chairman unveiled the “100 Squared initiative” in today’s presentation at the Naruc Conference in Washington DC. The FCC intends to bring 100 megabits per second to 100 million households. Additionally, Julius Genachowski stated that the FCC should actively support even faster connectivity for the future, such as the Google’s one gigabit fiber-optics test bed. Wow! We all hope that good intentions will be followed by a well-crafted implementation…
Read more on the FCC document.
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