US Senators Urge White House to Modernize Bandwidth Standards

US Senators Urge White House to Modernize Bandwidth Standards

A bipartisan group of US Senators published a letter yesterday calling for updated minimum standards for broadband access across the United States.  Current Standards dictate a 25Mbps minimum but even by Federal Communications Commission household broadband guidelines, it is clear that a 25Mbps connection is inadequate for most families even prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. This touches on our Digital Lifestyle theme but plays directly to the core premise of our Digital Infrastructure and Connectivity theme and will provide momentum for this industry along the virtuous circle of increased capacity leading to innovation and increased demand leading to…

Today, U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), Angus King (I-Maine), Rob Portman (R-Ohio), and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) wrote to the Biden Administration urging it to update federal standards for high-speed broadband to reflect modern uses and align those standards across the government.

Source: Bennet, King, Portman, Manchin Urge Biden Administration to Create Modern, Unified Federal Broadband Standard | Press Releases | U.S. Senator Michael Bennet

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