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  • / Technology

    Broadband access gains a much broader reach

    Nationwide, 89% of Internet households go online via a broadband connection, comScore reports. In metro areas of 50,000 or more in population, the rate is 92% while in rural areas it’s 75%.

    Posted 08/19/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Nationwide, 89% of Internet households go online via a broadband connection, comScore reports. In metro areas of 50,000 or more in population, the rate is 92% while in rural areas it’s 75%.
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    Hispanics lead the way in digital downloads

    42% of Hispanic Internet users have downloaded digital content during the past 30 days compared to 35% of the total Internet population, says a new report from Scarborough Research.

    Posted 03/20/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    42% of Hispanic Internet users have downloaded digital content during the past 30 days compared to 35% of the total Internet population, says a new report from Scarborough Research.
  • / Press Release

    New Edge Networks Adds Wireless EVDO Broadband Access

    GNC Stores Leverage Nationwide Wireless Service for Bandwidth and Flexibility over a Private Network NEW YORK CITY. – (Jan. 12, 2009) – New Edge Networks, the business communications unit of EarthLink Inc., (NASDAQ: ELNK), today launched EVDO (Evolution Data Optimized) broadband, offering businesses high-speed wireless access on a private MPLS-based nationwide network. New Edge introduced this service at the National Retail Federation conference...

    Posted 01/20/2009

    GNC Stores Leverage Nationwide Wireless Service for Bandwidth and Flexibility over a Private Network NEW YORK CITY. – (Jan. 12, 2009) – New Edge Networks, the business communications unit of EarthLink Inc., (NASDAQ: ELNK), today launched EVDO (Evolution Data Optimized) broadband, offering…
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    Consumers will cut out movies and pay TV before broadband, Jupiter says

    Online consumers say the economic turmoil will lead them to shop less and cut back on movies and pay TV—but not on their broadband Internet access. Only 2% see that as a cost-cutting measure they’re likely to take.

    Posted 10/03/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Online consumers say the economic turmoil will lead them to shop less and cut back on movies and pay TV—but not on their broadband Internet access. Only 2% see that as a cost-cutting measure they’re likely to take.
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    112 million U.S. adults have broadband at home, up 300% from 2002

    The top local market for broadband penetration is San Francisco, where 62% of adults live in households with high-speed connections, says Scarborough Research. Those with broadband access buy online more often, the survey shows.

    Posted 04/22/2008Don DavisPost a comment

    The top local market for broadband penetration is San Francisco, where 62% of adults live in households with high-speed connections, says Scarborough Research. Those with broadband access buy online more often, the survey shows.
  • / Technology

    Wireless broadband network use on the rise

    The number of mobile devices accessing the Internet via broadband wireless networking technology grew 154% in Q42007 compared with Q42006, according to comScore. Wireless broadband access greatly speeds loading times of web pages on mobile devices.

    Posted 03/04/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The number of mobile devices accessing the Internet via broadband wireless networking technology grew 154% in Q42007 compared with Q42006, according to comScore. Wireless broadband access greatly speeds loading times of web pages on mobile devices.
  • / Press Release

    LivePerson Proactive Click-to-Call Solution Gains Market Momentum with Significant Customer Expansions

    Leading Communications Providers Adopt Timpani Voice to Reduce Customer Churn and Increase Lifetime Customer Value NEW YORK, NY, October 16 2007 - LivePerson, Inc. (Nasdaq: LPSN), a provider of online engagement solutions that facilitate real-time assistance and trusted expert advice, announced today that several customers, including Bell, Canada’s largest voice, data and wireless communications company; Qwest, which offers a unique and powerful...

    Posted 10/22/2007

    Leading Communications Providers Adopt Timpani Voice to Reduce Customer Churn and Increase Lifetime Customer Value NEW YORK, NY, October 16 2007 - LivePerson, Inc. (Nasdaq: LPSN), a provider of online engagement solutions that facilitate real-time assistance and trusted expert advice, announced…
  • / Technology

    Broadband growth will fuel surge in online advertising, report predicts

    U.S. online advertising spending will more than double between 2006 and 2011, says consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, with video ads growing rapidly. By 2011, nearly 82% of U.S. households will be online, 91% of them via broadband.

    Posted 07/16/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    U.S. online advertising spending will more than double between 2006 and 2011, says consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, with video ads growing rapidly. By 2011, nearly 82% of U.S. households will be online, 91% of them via broadband.
  • / Technology

    Retailers investing more in broadband to support multi-channel retailing

    Multi-channel retailers have increased their budgets for bringing broadband Internet access into their stores to better distribute information on products, inventory levels and customer shopping history, AMR Research says.

    Posted 04/17/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Multi-channel retailers have increased their budgets for bringing broadband Internet access into their stores to better distribute information on products, inventory levels and customer shopping history, AMR Research says.
  • / Technology

    AT&T promise encourages proponents of network neutrality

    By vowing not to impose a tiered system of wired broadband Internet content delivery service for the next two years, AT&T has increased hope among retailers for legislation designed to keep the Internet a level playing field for e-commerce companies.

    Posted 01/02/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    By vowing not to impose a tiered system of wired broadband Internet content delivery service for the next two years, AT&T has increased hope among retailers for legislation designed to keep the Internet a level playing field for e-commerce companies.

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