Articles posted in the ‘Official Broadband Plan Document’ Category

Connecting America, Chapter 4: ‘Broadband Competition and Innovation Policy’

Copyright, FCC, Official Broadband Plan Document, Privacy, Transparency, Universal Service, Wireless April 2nd, 2010

Twenty-five years ago, the World Wide Web did not exist. Very few Americans had even seen a mobile phone, and broadband networks were available only to a few businesses and research institutions.

Today, innovations such as broadband and others like it drive the creation of a wide variety of products and services. The competitive forces that sparked these breakthroughs need to be nurtured so that the United States can continue to reap the benefits of its unrivaled culture of innovation.

Connecting America, Chapter 3: ‘Current State of the Ecosystem’

Broadband Data, Broadband's Impact, Official Broadband Plan Document, Transparency, Universal Service, Wireless March 30th, 2010

To see how broadband is transforming American life, walk down a busy street or pay a visit to any school, business or airport. Parents on business trips use their smartphones to check e-mail or watch short videos of their children playing soccer, hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away. Americans work together in real time on complex documents from different desks in the same office, and workers in different offices around the world collaborate via videoconferencing technology. Sales and field maintenance personnel use mobile devices to access inventory information in their businesses, place orders and update records, increasing efficiency and productivity. Students draw on the richness of the Internet to research historical events or watch simulations of challenging math problems. People are using broadband in ways they could not imagine even a few years ago.

Connecting America, Chapter 2: ‘Goals for a High-Performance America’

FCC, Official Broadband Plan Document, Smart Grid, Universal Service, Wireless March 26th, 2010

THE MISSION OF THE PLAN is to create a high-performance America—a more productive, creative, efficient America in which affordable broadband is available everywhere and everyone has the means and skills to use valuable broadband applications.

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