Advocacy Group Pushing FCC to Increase Broadband Standards

by Michael Levanduski When someone says ‘broadband internet’ today it indicates (according to the FCC) that the internet connection offers a minimum of 25Mbps down, and 3Mbps up. This has been in place for quite a while, and in general allowed the broadband term to mean ‘fast’ internet. Today, however, with the growing demands on internet bandwidth, 25Mbps isn’t really enough for many people.Read the full article