According to a report released today by The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) the United States has “made rapid progress in broadband deployment, performance, and price as well as adoption.”
The report offers a comprehensive view of both wired and wireless networks based on:
Deployment (the geographic reach of broadband networks)
Adoption (the number of users who subscribe)
Performance (speed, latency, reliability)
Price (per unit of usage and speed tier)
Overall, the report paints a picture of healthy broadband competition in speed, prices, offerings, and access in the United States as compared to other nations.