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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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Additional information on the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network, including coverage maps showing current and future coverage, Mobile Broadband service plans, and the latest access devices, can be found at http://powervision.
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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).
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.
Many businesses that are switching to broadband networks do not have the time and energy to get up to speed on the latest technologies, gathering product and vendor information, reviewing features, functionality or support levels, and then coordinating installation at sites spread everywhere," said Dan Moffat, president of New Edge Networks.
Tomax's membership in the Retail Broadband Alliance will give its customers nationwide access to coordinated deployment of Tomax applications over private broadband networks.
New Edge Networks, which provides broadband networks to 100 percent of business addresses in the United States, formed the Retail Broadband Alliance in November 2004.
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