Providing Ubiquitous Gigabit Networks in the United States
on Aug 20, 2005
A new generation of broadband, or "gigabit networks," can mean significant benefits to the United States, but our nation must act promptly to ensure that such an infrastructure is ubiquitous and available to all. If we do not act, the consequence will be to relegate the U.S. telecommunications infrastructure to an inferior competitive position, thus undermining the future of our country's economy.
Login or Register Here
Please login or register below (at no cost) to view this item.
Existing Members -- Login Here Please
New Members -- Register Here Please
Log in to access registrant-only research and/or to edit your account profile and preferences.