From BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report
DALLAS, May 4, 2009 – Broadband is and must be more than better-quality voice signals, higher-definition television, and more digital products bundled together, internet visionary David Isenberg said at the Broadband Properties conference here.
In a keynote address during the three-day conference last week, Isenberg – creator of the annual Freedom to Connect conference – attempted to take “the 30,000 foot view about why the work that we do is important.”
To Isenberg, Broadband needs to be about more than duct-work and fiber-optic splices and electrical engineering
protocols. It must include person-to-person communications. In short, broadband needs to be about the Internet.
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