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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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Winstar's broadband network and expertise make it a great partner for Microsoft, as we expand the number of ways that applications are delivered and used by knowledge workers.
Customers in enhanced coverage areas will be able to take advantage of upload speeds that are five to six times faster than with the company's existing wireless broadband network, plus interact with Web-based applications with improved latency for a better customer experience.
The Sprint Mobile Broadband Network is the nation's largest mobile broadband network, covering more than 200 million people nationwide in 9,268 communities as well as 878 airports.
The launch of this next generation of our high-speed broadband network is part of our ongoing, significant investment in the state of New Mexico.
Sprint announced its plans in early August to develop the first fourth generation (4G) nationwide mobile broadband network and deploy it in initial markets in 2007.
Previously, Sprint has announced that the faster mobile broadband network was available in San Diego, Seattle, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Boston, Buffalo/Rochester, Sacramento and Salt Lake City.
The Smart Broadband Network provides a single, converged IP network infrastructure that can deliver voice, video and data services with a simplified architecture that reduces both capital and operational expenditures.

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