Tag Archives: FCC

FCC Broadband Tests Results Are In: Round 1
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March 23, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

FCC Broadband Tests Results Are In: Round 1

The FCC Broadband Test is now officially live, with all forms of broadband being subjected to download and upload torture tests.  Loyal High Speed Expert readers will probably note that…

IPTV Continues to Make Headway
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March 17, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

IPTV Continues to Make Headway

It is no secret that we here at High Speed Experts have an appreciation for IPTV, even though current implementations are often lacking in one way or another and still…

100 Mbps Broadband For All by 2020?
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February 26, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

100 Mbps Broadband For All by 2020?

Broadband services have a way of leapfrogging each other in small increments.  One providers offers 10 Mbps downstream speeds and 2 Mbps upstream speeds, and another comes out with a…

FCC Closes Exclusivity Loophole: Customers Win
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January 26, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

FCC Closes Exclusivity Loophole: Customers Win

Choices are always good for consumers, which makes the recent ruling by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) a good thing.  At the heart of the debate was whether a clause…

Comcast Takes on the FCC
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January 12, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Comcast Takes on the FCC

Over the past year or two, the FCC has made a large issue over Comcast Corp’s throttling and/or blocking of peer to peer traffic is now famous, and has altered…