The EU recently adopted new regulations for their Connected Continent program, which will help those with slow Internet speed. Will the US follow?
Working from home is one of the great benefits of living in an Internet-connected society. But if you plan on eContracting, robust bandwidth is a must!
More fiber-optic cable has been laid in the US than in Europe in the past two years. This is good news for US Internet speed, though pricing remains high.
Chattanooga, known for its Rock City tourist attraction and a Big Band train song, has also become known as “Gig City” because of its fast Internet speed.
Competition is good for business, and the broadband market is no exception. Austin has proven how Google Fiber in US cities could strengthen the market.
When hunting for a new apartment, it’s important to consider amenities like access to public transit. Just as critical, however, is fast Internet service.
Internet users hoping for an extremely fast and price-competitive service provider need to ask themselves the question, “What is Google Fiber?”
US Internet speed varies according to a number of factors. Speeds can reach up to 50 Mbps for just $30/month, but this is far from the best deal worldwide.
While Google Fiber and its 1 Gbps speeds are slowly rolling out across the United States, the company is working on an even faster Internet technology.
Although commonplace, wireless routers aren’t perfect. Upgrading to a wireless N router may improve your home network, but will it improve your speed?