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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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Another issue is a lack of granularity in terms of providing broadband internet access.
Kazakhtelecom plans to provide 6,212 rural settlements with a population of 7,622,927 people with broadband Internet access until the end of 2021.
* Overall, 62 percent of American households had "high connectivity," meaning they had three key computer and internet items: a desktop or laptop, a handheld computer or smartphone and a broadband internet subscription.
Yahsat service - YahClick is using state-of-the-art satellite technology to send and receive high-speed broadband internet signals in Pakistan, linking some of the country's most important infrastructures.
PTCL is the largest ICT services provider in Pakistan, encompassing fixed line voice telephony, broadband internet, digital television and corporate solutions for organizations.
Broadband internet in India is at the threshold to witness significant adoption not only in urban areas but also in sub-urban and rural areas.
In the weekly Cabinet session, the minister said broadband Internet use skyrocketed by 30.5 per cent from 2012 to 2013, with a total of 1.63 million subscribers, reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
The majority of these households (98%) used broadband Internet connections.
Two leading Nigerian telecommunications infrastructure companies, Main One Cable Company and Phase3 Telecom, have formed a pact to increase broadband internet penetration in Nigeria and West Africa.
Earlier this week, we heard that quadrupling broadband Internet speeds can contribute as much as 0.6 percent to a country's economic growth.
They develop our capacities, help social development and access to information, cut costs and time and help promote the world's potential and creativity, said Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski before the participants in the broadband internet and digital development conference that began in Ohrid Monday.

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