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high-speed broadband

A redundant reference to "broadband," as broadband connotes high speed. See broadband.
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Under the plan, broadband providers will face a legal requirement to provide high-speed broadband to anyone requesting it, subject to a cost threshold.
In 2010, the Commission adopted its Digital Agenda, in which it proposes to reach the following objectives for high-speed and very high-speed broadband: by 2013, all Europeans should have basic high-speed broadband access across the entire European territory; by 2020, all Europeans should have very high-speed internet connections with a minimum speed of 30 megabits per second (Mbps), and 50% of homes should have access to connections of over 100 Mbps.
Under the frame agreement ZTE and Gigaclear Limited will work together to deliver high-speed broadband to selected rural communities in the UK.
Connexion, Boeing's technically successful high-speed broadband communications system, is to be phased out.
All three sites have functioning PACS, but only Moosonee and Moose Factory Island have access to high-speed broadband.
Building owners and managers are able to offer a service that adds significant value to their space at a reasonable cost and the tenants have convenient high-speed broadband access, just like their larger competitors do.
These applications will be delivered over Winstar's high-speed broadband network.

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