Close to four-fifths of the US is now connected in some form to broadband, with cable remaining the dominant mode of access across the continent-wide landmass, according to a report from IHS.
Approximately 86.1 million US households at the end of the first half of 2013 had broadband Internet access, translating into a 70.2 per cent penetration of all American households. Penetration will reach a projected
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