broadband Internet

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broadband Internet

A high-speed connection to the Internet via cable, DSL, satellite or FiOS. In the U.S. in 2009, Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner and Verizon together had more than 45 million broadband Internet subscribers. See broadband.
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Apartment owners enjoy amenities such as voice-over-IP and wired and wireless broadband internet access without any additional cost to them (and thus eliminating the need for separate telephone and high-speed internet service), as well as automated temperature controls, an advanced electronic concierge ("e-concierge") service, and a sophisticated audio-visual intercom.
LEE YONG-KYUNG, CEO of Korea Telecom, called KT, who says broadband Internet access is "now a core part of our revenue stream.
It's a winning proposition for a business owner to provide customers with convenient broadband Internet access, and opens up the potential for incremental revenue streams via cross-selling and co-advertising with various other content, product and service providers.
The advent and proliferation of broadband Internet access brought unbelievable performance gains: no more waiting for the dial-in process, faster navigation and quicker downloads.
The supanet broadband Internet access kit includes a digital modem, sign-up CD, cables and instruction manual.
A study by Jupiter Communications, Consumer Broadband: Five-Year Outlook, also estimates that by 2002, the broadband Internet access market will include satellite providers and the industry will reach revenues of $3.
11 for wireless LAN and broadband Internet access through 3G networks.
The access price war across Europe will trigger the shakeout because very few people will make money on broadband Internet access itself.
The goal is to accelerate adoption rate of narrowband and broadband Internet access using Microsoft products and services, as well as those from Microsoft partners, using RadioShack stores nationwide.
Building owners and tenants alike share in the benefit of virtually limitless IP applications by having broadband Internet access available from any electrical outlet in the building.
Launched in November 2000, StarBand was the pioneering provider of two-way broadband Internet access by satellite for consumers and small businesses in the United States.

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