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Research and Markets: US Residential Broadband Services: How Fast is 'High-Speed?'

Research and Markets: US Residential Broadband Services: How Fast is 'High-Speed?'

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c85643) has announced the addition of US Residential Broadband Services: How Fast is "High-Speed?" to their offering.

Broadband Internet services are an increasingly important element of the telecommunications service bundle. However, consumers are becoming aware of the limitations that some broadband service connections provide, particularly in regard to available bandwidth.

This report details consumer survey results about the amount of bandwidth currently available to residential broadband end-users in the United States. It covers the type of broadband access technology (i.e., cable modem, DSL, etc.) being used, the company providing the service, the download and upload speeds of the end-users' broadband connection, and how much they are paying for broadband service.

List of Tables:

Table 1. Broadband Access Technology: Type of Connection

Table 2. What Company Provides Your Broadband Internet Service?

Table 3. Describe Your Satisfaction with the Speed of Your Broadband Connection

Table 4. Bandwidth: What Is Your Download Speed?

Table 5. Bandwidth: What Is Your Upload Speed?

Table 6. US Residential Broadband Service: Average Speeds by Access Technology

Table 7. How Much Do You Pay Each Month For Your Broadband Internet Service?

Table 8. Cable Modem Service: Download and Upload Speeds

Table 9. DSL Service: Download and Upload Speeds

Table 10. FTTH: Download and Upload Speeds

Table 11. Fixed Wireless Broadband: Download and Upload Speeds

Table 12. Satellite Broadband: Download and Upload Speeds

List of Figures

Figure 1. US Residential Broadband Service: Average Downstream Speed by Access Technology (Mbps)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c85643

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