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broadband

A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
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While investment in fixed-line infrastructure continues, mainly focussed on urban areas, the market in coming years will benefit from the mobile sector where the principal regional operators are scaling up their network upgrades to provide wide-spread and increasingly affordable mobile broadband and data offers.
Table 84 Costa Rica Fibre broadband subscribers 2010 - 2014
Like the advent of electricity, broadband is transforming the daily lives of Americans.
The Brunel study cited the fact that 65 percent of Koreans live in clusters of high-rise apartment buildings, which makes it easier to roll out ultrafast VDSL broadband.
While this new distribution model bodes well for the rapid ramp up of Voice over Broadband services, the customer premise remains a significant challenge.
Advantages and Disadvantages of DSL Broadband II-11
Wireless broadband remains very much a niche medium in New Zealand with usage restricted principally to regional areas outside the coverage of fixed ADSL and cable services.
Overall, much of the subscriber growth in the Asia Pacific Internet access services market is expected from the regions developing broadband markets.
manages 50 million broadband connections for 15 of the top 20 DSL carriers worldwide.
It came as some surprise, therefore, when Singapore was initially slow to move on the large-scale adoption of broadband Internet access.