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Broadband access needs a champion, FCC commissioner says

Milwaukee, Wis. The United States ranks a dismal 16th worldwide in broadband deployment largely because it lacks a national broadband strategy, a member of the Federal Communications Commission said Tuesday.

Speaking before the ninth annual Midwestern Telecommunications and Technology Conference at Marquette University, Milwaukee native Michael J. Copps said the nation has establi......

Full article >>> on every infrastructure challenge faced by the country, and our central infrastructure challenge today is getting broadband build out. "To get that done, we need a national broadband strategy," he said. "We're one of the few major industrialized nations that doesn't have one."

Copps noted that there are an estimated 1.6 million wireless broadband users nationally, and there are indication......

Full article >>> to create a wireless Wisconsin," Browne said, "and we need to do it fast."

The Doyle Administration is implementing the $117 million BadgerNet II initiative, which is designed to provide 22 times the current broadband capacity statewide. BadgerNet, which should be completed by August of this year, will create a statewide broadband network, or backbone, with end sites in each of Wisconsin'......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/05/06


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