Broadband Still Lags in Rural America

Broadband Still Lags in Rural America

According to the Federal Communications Commission, about 39% of the U.S. rural population, or 23 million people, lack access to broadband internet service—compared with 4% of the urban residents. The FCC defines broadband as fast service and equates to a minimum...

FCC Approves 5G Expansion

The FCC recently voted to approve new rules that would open up additional spectrum in the 5G wireless broadband. The unanimous vote opens up frequencies above 24 GHz for mobile broadband, setting up the U.S. to be the first country to make the faster fifth generation...