For the Web Delivered at Light Speed: Go With the Flow

MIT's brains have figured out how to deliver a faster Internet using optical connections throughout the entire transmission, which could result in a web that's up to 1,000 times faster, cheaper and more power efficient. But this faster network requires new routers -- an expensive proposition.…

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Marvell Goes to Hollywood to Push Superfast Broadband

Marvell is going to Hollywood next week in an effort to show the film industry what it's missing because the U.S. has such slow broadband speeds. The chip firm wants the film industry to agitate for broadband speeds of up to 2.5 gigabits per second.…

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Check Out the FCC's Useless Broadband Competition Map

The FCC released data today detailing the spread of high speed Internet across the nation through the end of 2008, including a map. So why are we spending $350 million to create such a map in the broadband stimulus bill? Because the FCC map is worthless.…

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