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broadband network

(1) A high-speed communications system that links computers to the Internet. The term typically refers to a DSL or cable connection but may refer to 3G/4G cellular service. See home broadband network, cellular generations and broadband.

(2) Any high-speed communications system. See network.
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Global Public Safety Broadband Networks Market 2013-2018: First Responders, Emergency Response & Homeland Security
The first two devices from Verizon Wireless that take advantage of faster speeds provided by these new network enhancements are the new compact USB720 wireless modem and the AirCard 595 PC Card from Verizon Wireless, which are fully compatible and backward compatible with the company's enhanced and existing wireless broadband networks and the company's NationalAccess network (based on CDMA 1xRTT technology).
Both devices are fully compatible and backward compatible with the company's enhanced and existing wireless broadband networks and the company's NationalAccess network (based on CDMA 1xRTT technology).
net[R] merchandising and store execution solutions and services for chain retailers, has joined the Retail Broadband Alliance, a forum that makes it easy for businesses migrating to broadband networks to increase revenue, cut expenses, and improve customer experience.
Ruling Represents Victory for Consumers and Providers of Next Generation Broadband Networks
a leading provider of next-generation broadband networking systems, enables carriers and service providers to build Smart Broadband Networks that are personalized, adaptive and efficient.
The SmartEdge family was purpose-built for next generation service providers and has been deployed in some of the most demanding broadband networks around the world," said Simon Williams, vice president of sales and field operations for the Asia Pacific region at Redback Networks.
DigitalPath also offers a suite of advanced wireless network products that allow wireless internet service providers (WISPs) to deploy wireless broadband networks that do not require towers, are inexpensive to install and operate, and provide carrier-grade reliability.
a leading provider of next-generation broadband networking equipment, enables carriers and service providers to build Smart Broadband Networks that are personalized, adaptive and efficient.
As a result, service providers can now create unsurpassed service differentiation and competitive advantage throughout their broadband networks while achieving a lower overall Total Cost of Ownership.
New Edge Networks is expanding its on-site installation services to include connecting any business computer application to the broadband networks it provides, making operation of wide area networks transparent to businesses.
SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON -- There are over 400 cities worldwide planning to deploy municipal broadband networks and the number will double in 2006, making community broadband initiatives a very real and significant trend.

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