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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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New higher throughput Ka-band satellites have the potential to revolutionize the satellite broadband Internet industry.
Consumer Satellite Broadband Internet Market: Competitive Environment (Global), 2010
The network, once developed, has the potential to provide 44,000 people in the Algoma district access to broadband Internet.
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AOL Germany has operated as an ISP for over 10 years and competes in both narrowband and broadband Internet access.
Future growth in this area will depend on the provision of reliable infrastructure, especially in support of broadband Internet.
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This latest NSR broadband satellite study includes an in-depth analysis of key trends in six different regional markets and provides the satellite industry with timely and pertinent data regarding growth in IP VSAT sites, subscribers to satellite broadband Internet access services, projected service revenues, revenues from sales of customer premise equipment, bandwidth demand, and leased commercial C-, Ku- and Ka-band satellite transponders.
So, how can broadband internet users increase the level of protection on their computers from unwanted hackers, viruses and identity thieves?
By end-2004, Japan had more than 23 million broadband Internet services in place.

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