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Comcast to go national with broadband cap
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/23/2020   Post a comment
Cable operator is bringing its usage-based residential broadband data policies and unlimited data option to the northeast, where it grapples with Verizon's cap-free Fios service in certain markets.
BBWN Bites: Q3 saw most broadband gains since 2009 – report
Broadband World News  
11/20/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Viasat bets on European broadband; Nokia intros 25G PON; signs of broadband boost under President-elect Biden.
Want fast Internet and affordable living? Study says move to Delaware
Broadband World News  
11/18/2020   1 comment
Internet speeds in New York lag 25% behind Delaware, Virginia and Massachusetts, according to new speed-and-housing data from financial comparison site Money.co.uk.
Podcast: What's the story with satellite broadband?
Broadband World News Video  
11/17/2020   Post a comment
This week: Jeff Baumgartner on the state of satellite broadband and what differentiates existing competitors.
Subs on 1-Gig speed tiers spike in Q3 – OpenVault
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/16/2020   Post a comment
Power users – those who chew up at least 1 terabyte per month – are also on the rise.
BBWN Bites: Microsoft, ODI intro digital divide challenge
Broadband World News  
11/13/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: TIM reaches 3,000 with ultrabroadband; CityFibre and Openreach make fiber progress; AT&T teams with Connected Nation to connect students.
NCTC, Adtran strike FTTP deal for indie cable ops and telcos
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/12/2020   Post a comment
Partnership gives Adtran additional exposure to small and midsized cable operators and telcos as they tap FTTP for network upgrades, greenfield buildouts and, potentially, RDOF-related projects.
Community broadband gets a boost on the ballot
Broadband World News  
11/10/2020   Post a comment
Voters in two major US cities were in favor of municipal broadband programs, opening the door to more local competition for ISPs.
Shaw unleashes 1.5 Gig on HFC
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/9/2020   Post a comment
Canadian cable op says new 'Fibre+ Gig 1.5' tier is geared for content creators and 'super streamers' that are also looking to connect a bunch of devices in the home.
Viasat: Lower-latencies nice, but not 'decisive' driver for satellite broadband
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/6/2020   Post a comment
Viasat execs see no surprises in Starlink's small-scale beta test and believe the satellite broadband company is well positioned to compete on speed, capacity and price.
Starlink speeds blow by Hughes and Viasat – study
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/4/2020   Post a comment
As Starlink inches towards commercial launch, recent speed tests from Ookla show that the emerging satellite broadband service is averaging 79.5 Mbit/s down and 13.8 Mbit/s up.
Shaw suffers broadband sub loss again
Alan Breznick  
11/2/2020   Post a comment
Unlike most other large North American service providers, Shaw shed high-speed data subs for the second straight quarter as it struggled to compete with Telus and other rivals.




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