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Magazine articles on broadband service and applications, DSL, cable modem, VoIP and video-on-demand.
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December 23, 2003
Roy Mark
Broadband Growth Slightly Cools High-speed connections increased 18% during the first half of 2003 to put 23.5 million lines into service. mark for My Articles 657 similar articles
December 29, 2003
Burrows & Crockett
Net Phones Start Ringing Up Customers Big rollouts by cable operators have the Baby Bells scrambling to fight back. mark for My Articles 1092 similar articles
December 22, 2003
Colin Haley
Verizon Weaves Fiber-to-Home Plan The telecom's effort to eliminate the last-mile slowdown advances with the selection of four more equipment vendors. Fiber-to-the-premises technology can transfer data at speeds up to 622 megabits per second to the user and 155 megabits per second to the network -- far faster than cable modems or today's DSL. mark for My Articles 449 similar articles
December 19, 2003
Colin Haley
Q&A: AT&T's VoIP Boss Cathy Martine The executive tapped to spearhead the carrier's VoIP rollout talks about the technology, the strategy and the red-hot market. mark for My Articles 695 similar articles
December 9, 2003
Alice Hill
Do You (Bring Your Own) Yahoo? Once they get to the high-speed online world, former dial-up users often find themselves missing many extras that dial-up ISPs such as AOL offered. Yahoo is pitching a low-priced suite of premium tools and services such as a personal firewall, anti-virus support, and pop-up and spam protection. mark for My Articles 1293 similar articles
December 8, 2003
Timothy J. Mullaney
Deck The Halls With High-Speed Access A spike in broadband use could help e-tailers clean up this holiday season mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
December 2003
Mike Hogan
To the WiMAX A new protocol spices up the 802.x alphabet soup. Intel and Alvarion, a wireless broadband networking infrastructure provider, are among several firms collaborating on interchangeable equipment that uses the 802.16a protocol for wireless broadband access. mark for My Articles 345 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 19, 2003
MSN Goes Hollywood Want to catch a movie? MSN, Microsoft's online service, is offering a beta version of MSN Video -- its free, high-resolution broadband video service -- to a small group of MSN users for testing. The final version is due this winter. mark for My Articles 263 similar articles
November 10, 2003
Stephen H. Wildstrom
A Wireless Net That Leaves Wi-Fi Behind Verizon's experimental service in Washington shows promise mark for My Articles 540 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 21, 2003
Craig Ellison
Broadband Boost ADSL2 is an upcoming, promising new standard that could deliver a faster connection times with better data rates and power management and improved diagnostics and testing modes. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
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