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Magazine articles on broadband service and applications, DSL, cable modem, VoIP and video-on-demand.
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August 3, 2005
Roy Mark
VoIP Providers Targeted in Rural Broadband Fund New bill seeks to make all two-way voice services contribute to a fund financing rural broadband rollout. The intent of the bill is to ensure all Americans have access to high-speed Internet. mark for My Articles 167 similar articles
August 8, 2005
Andy Reinhardt
High-Speed Europe Across Europe, people are signing up for broadband at record rates. It's changing how they live. mark for My Articles 514 similar articles
August 1, 2005
Roy Mark
FCC Chief Pushing For DSL Deregulation New FCC chairman circulating proposal to give telcos' broadband the same status as cable modems. mark for My Articles 1097 similar articles
July 29, 2005
Erin Joyce
Skype Sets Video Beta Launch Video calling service by VoIP darling goes to public beta next month and will be free when commercially released. mark for My Articles 225 similar articles
August 2005
Airborne Wi-Fi Picking Up Speed At least eight international airlines have followed Lufthansa's lead and are now offering onboard wireless Internet access on some flights. Passengers are able send and receive emails, join a Web conference, check the news, pay bills and make phone calls. mark for My Articles 581 similar articles
July 27, 2005
Roy Mark
Extension For E911 'Not as Good' Rule Rule would disconnect VoIP subscribers who do not acknowledge emergency 911 limitations. mark for My Articles 636 similar articles
August 2005
Amanda C. Kooser
Which Switch? Want to really speed up your network's performance? Make Fast Ethernet the backbone of your growing office network. Here are some of the tech details and decisions involved. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
July 21, 2005
Susan Kuchinskas
Waking Up to Warjacking Leeching off a neighbor's wireless connection seems pretty harmless. But it gets ugly when the leech uses that connection for activities that are illegal and/or reprehensible. mark for My Articles 141 similar articles
PC World
August 2005
Tom Spring
ISPs Attempt to Stop Public Broadband Cable and DSL providers battle cities that want to offer access to residents. mark for My Articles 521 similar articles
Scientific American
July 2005
Lamont Wood
Copper for Fiber In the end, the hybrid DSL/fiber approach may just whet consumers' appetites for pure fiber, especially as its upgrade potential is realized--the 100-megabit maximum offered by Verizon is only one millionth the theoretical capacity of fiber. mark for My Articles 274 similar articles
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