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What Is Broadband?
Broadband or high-speed
Internet access allows users to access the Internet
and Internet-related services at significantly
higher speeds than those available through “dial-up”
Internet access services.
Broadband services for
residential consumers typically provide faster
downstream speeds (from the Internet to your
computer) than upstream speeds (from your computer
to the Internet).
What AreThe Advantages of
Broadband allows you to take
advantage of new services not available or not
convenient to use with a dial-up Internet
connection. One such service is Voice over Internet
Protocol (VoIP), an alternative to traditional voice
telephone service that may be less costly for you
depending on your calling patterns.
Some VoIP services only allow
you to call other people using the same service, but
others allow you to call anyone who has a telephone
number – including local, long distance, mobile, and
Broadband makes “telemedicine”
possible: patients in rural areas can confer online
with medical specialists in more urban areas and
share information and test results very quickly.
Broadband helps you
efficiently access and use many reference and
cultural resources, such as library and museum data
bases and collections. You also need broadband to
best take advantage of many distance learning
opportunities, like online college or university
courses, and continuing or senior education
programs. Broadband is an important tool for
expanding educational and economic opportunities for
consumers in remote locations.
What Types of Broadband Are
Broadband can be provided over
Digital Subscriber Line
Fiber-Optic Cable (Fiber)
Broadband over Powerline (BPL).
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