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Washington report: new year, new Congress, new president, new chairman

By Bob Deegan, Director – Government Relations

After the election lull and the lame duck session of Congress, including the stalemate on telecom legislation at the end of 2016 as a result of the dispute over Commissioner Rosenworcel's reconfirmation, it is safe to say a lot has been happening in Washington over the last several weeks.

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Filed under January 2017, Tagged with Broadband, Congress, FCC, Open internet

How much broadband speed is enough? Depends on what you want it for

By Doug Laws, Project Manager – Technical Planning & Implementation

There is much talk about broadband speeds these days from the FCC and service providers, and inside NECA. With its recent USF Reform Order the FCC now requires broadband providers to offer 4 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream (4/1), 10/1, or 25/3 for their customers, depending on several factors.

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Filed under April 2016, Tagged with Broadband, Technology


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