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FCC Releases Measuring Broadband America Study

Frozen-Solid (569348) writes | more than 3 years ago

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Frozen-Solid (569348) writes "Earlier this year the FCC, with the help of SamKnows, deployed 1,000 white boxes to volunteers across the US to measure broadband speed and reliability. Today they released the results of that study.

From the article: "MEASURING BROADBAND AMERICA presents the results of the first nationwide performance study of residential wireline broadband service in the United States. The study examined service offerings from 13 of the largest wireline broadband providers using automated, direct measurements of broadband performance delivered to the homes of thousands of volunteers during March 2011.""

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