Broadband Internet Information

Broadband - Will it Affect Your Online Marketing Future?

The coming age of general Broadband use bearing down upon us, minute by minute, is going to leave many changes in its wake. Some will be welcome; others will demand all we can do, just to keep up!

A Cheap Alternative To Broadband?

Are you a dial-up user looking for a faster connection, but don't like Broadband prices? If so, you should take a look at a new service called OnSpeed, which has received rave reviews in Internet technology publications.

Ka Band -Affordable Satellite Internet On The Way!

Ka Band VSAT* satellite internet technology has enormous possibilities for telecommuters, rural locations and eventually for Motor Home users around the U.S. - if it works! Ka Band satellite internet is an all new approach to sending and receiving internet traffic from space (satellites used for internet are at least 23,000 miles from Earth). *Very small aperture terminal.

DSL Internet is a Simple and Easy Way to Get Fast Internet Service

DSL ? which stands for Digital Subscriber Line ? is a great way to get high-speed internet service, without having to get a cable modem, or live in an area that has cable lines. DSL providers have very fast and comparatively cheap internet connectivity.

The Coming Television Revolution

The revolution is just getting started and will be begin to make its mark this year. By 2010, it will begin to take off. By 2025, it will be the standard for all TV viewing. It's called Internet Protocol Television, or IPTV for short. IPTV works with a set-top box connected to any broadband interface and to a TV. It will allow users to choose among thousands (and eventually hundreds of thousands) of hours of programming, including movies, sports, classic TV, etc., and download their selections from the internet to the hard drive of the set-top box.

Wi-Fi Hotspot Security

You've set up your Boingo account, you're hanging out at the Home Turf sports bar in LAX and you figure you'll do a little business or check your e-mail while sipping a Chardonnay. Well, that's the point of Wi-Fi hotspots; being able to take care of a few things while in a relaxing atmosphere.

Broadband is State-of-the-Art Internet Access: How Can a Broadband Cable Benefit You?

We are now well ensconced in a time when the Web is riddled with graphics, animations, sounds, and videos, bringing about a necessity for superior internet access such as that which broadband can provide. The fact is that anything less than the speed supplied by a broadband cable has become inadequate for today?s Web users.

Remotely Connecting by Satellite To the Hospital - 2005

Hospital?s and the Medical Professionals associated with them across America have discovered during the last few years that a great deal of efficiency can be accomplished by utilizing the World Wide Web to connect Doctors, Surgeons, Medical Transcribers and remote or mobile Clinics together. A specialist can instantly review an X-Ray or medical chart half way around the world or from a very remote area. Although most of this connectivity is accomplished utilizing high speed terrestrial internet connections like a T1, Cable or DSL connections, there are many areas in the U.S. where this type of internet connection isn?t available.

Time to Redefine Telecom

Telecommunication, according to Wikipedia, is the extension of communication over a distance. In practice, it also recognizes that something may be lost in the process; hence the term 'telecommunication' covers all forms of distance and/or conversion of the original communications, including radio, telegraphy, television, telephony, data communication and computer networking.

What are Your Internet Connection Solutions?

Of primary concern to all internet users is their actual connection to the internet.

3 Tips to Fix Unreliable Wireless Connections

Generally speaking, wireless computer connections are reliable. However, nothing is perfect, and sometimes you may lose your connection or experience a weak signal. There are many factors that impact the reliability of your wireless connection.

Why You Should Switch To A Fast Internet Connection

With high-speed Internet access becoming available in more and more areas, perhaps it is now available in your neck of the woods. If it is, you might be wondering if it makes sense to upgrade from dialup. For most people, the answer is probably yes! Here are a few reasons why:

Business Satellite Internet Products Compared - 2005

There are a number of options available for Business Class Satellite Internet connectivity in the U.S. today. New offerings seem to launch every week in 2005 and it is becoming a bit confusing for the business owner who can?t obtain traditional high speed internet or can?t afford the expense of running a T1 line to a location off the beaten path. I?ve outlined below several options for business with the positive aspects as well as negative where applicable. Each company and heavy individual user has different needs, so no one platform is a ?one size fits all?. I will outline them and you decide:

Google Brings Millions of Hard-to-Find Library Books to Your Fingertips

Millions of hard-to-find books from five major libraries will soon be a lot easier to access: Google has made plans to scan and digitize them, making the books available on their widely used Internet search engine.

Wifi Hotspot Locations for that a Good Thing?

Recent companies have been advertising wifi hotspot locations that are 'turnkey' (they can run themselves), and only cost between $13,000 and $20,000 to start. Is that good?

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The Intercept

Killing Net Neutrality Has Brought On a New Call for Public Broadband
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The Federal Communications Commission's 3-2 vote to repeal net neutrality rules has many worried that internet service providers will now build the same sort of tiered internet that some other countries have — where individual providers can collude to ...
Battle Over Broadband: What's Next for Net NeutralityVariety
Net neutrality: Did the FCC just take the Internet back to 2014?USA TODAY
Rural broadband: better off with or without net neutralityKTIC
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Someone Used Wet String to Get a Broadband Internet Connection
... homes (the average internet connection speed in the US is around 26 mbps), it's still pretty fast considering the connection is over a piece of string. Kennard's post noted that the upload speed over the string connection was much slower. "There is ...
Broadband internet transmitted over a piece of wet stringMetro
UK ISP creates 3.5 Mbps broadband internet connection using wet ...TechSpot
Broadband over 'wet string' tested for funBBC News
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Koch Brothers Are Cities' New Obstacle to Building Broadband
The three Republican commissioners now in power at the FCC voted this week to erase the agency's legal authority over high-speed Internet providers.They claim that competition will protect consumers, that the commission shouldn't interfere in the ...


Net neutrality isn't the only way to keep the internet fair. It's just the only way in America.
Advocates of net neutrality argue it prevents telecommunications companies from blocking or throttling access to certain websites or services and bars them from charging consumers extra for internet “fast lanes.” Opponents say it discourages internet ...
FCC's Reclassification of Broadband Internet Could Improve Prospects for Rural Infrastructure
No, the Internet is not about to be destroyedUSA TODAY
FCC Repeals 'Net Neutrality' Rules For Internet ProvidersNPR
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Orlando Political Observer

Find great deals on Orlando broadband internet service right now
Orlando Political Observer
Find great deals on Orlando broadband internet service right now. 0. By Amanda Spence on December 14, 2017 Orlando Business News, Uncategorized. Orlando residents have numerous options when searching for internet service in their area. Broadband ...

Sky News

More than 1m 'forgotten homes' in UK do not get fast enough broadband
The Guardian
More than 1m “forgotten homes” across the UK are unable to get sufficiently fast broadband to meet a typical family's needs, from watching Netflix to browsing YouTube. Ofcom, the communications regulator, said 4% of UK homes and offices, about 1.1m ...
A million homes can't get decent broadband, watchdog warnsSky News
More than a million UK properties don't have access to 'decent' broadband speedsIT PRO
Million Britons miss out on 'decent' broadband speedsBBC News
iNews (blog) -Computer Weekly -Ofcom
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Tax breaks, fast internet proposed to bolster rural Georgia
San Francisco Chronicle
High-speed internet is a critical step toward growth in rural areas because without it, businesses and residents might move elsewhere, said state Rep. Patty Bentley, D-Butler. "You need access to broadband to make all of it work," Bentley said. "Having ...

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What does net neutrality repeal mean for Massachusetts municipal internet providers -- or towns without broadband?
"It's not a big deal for Shrewsbury customers. We have stated we do not and have no intention of prioritizing or charging for traffic," he said. Still, he said he agreed with a Nov. 21 statement by the American Cable Association endorsing the ...


Global internet speeds got 30 percent faster in 2017 - Recode
Internet download speeds grew more than 30 percent this year for both wireline and mobile connections as compared to a year earlier, according to new data from internet speed-test company Ookla. That makes the average download speed 40 megabits per ...

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Business Insider

Vice Media has a clever plan for the end of net neutrality — it's building a renegade community-owned internet service
Business Insider
"Telecom monopolies have made it much more difficult for people to access the internet, especially in rural or underserved communities." The Motherboard effort comes as the FCC rolls back Obama-era regulations that prevented broadband internet ...

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