LANSING — New research unveiled Wednesday by Connect Michigan shows that the broadband availability gap in Michigan is shrinking, with 95.39 percent of Michigan residents now having access to fixed broadband speeds of 3 megabits […]
Connect Michigan Thursday released a comprehensive report detailing the key role broadband plays in business performance and the implications for a continuing economic recovery.
Arialink, Mid-Michigan’s largest fiber optic service provider, has joined with the Memorial Healthcare Center to connect 10 rural health care centers and allow them to communicate with the community — and the world — at the speed of light.
Verizon Wireless now provides 4G LTE coverage along I-96 from Grand Rapids to Grand Haven, and has greatly expanded coverage in the greater Grand Rapids area.
Merit Network Inc. Wednesday announced the six Michigan-based contractors that will perform outside plant construction for Round 2 of Merit’s Rural, Education, Anchor, Community and Heathcare – Michigan Middle Mile Collaborative (REACH-3MC) broadband stimulus project.
Comcast Inc. is making its 100 Mbps high-speed Internet service available to businesses in Michigan.
With the explosion in the sale of personal wireless phones and devices, a growing challenge is developing enough high-speed bandwidth capacity to handle all of that increased cyber traffic.
Comcast Corp. is changing the brand name under which it provides cable TV, data and phone services in Michigan to Xfinity.
High-speed Internet just became faster with Charter’s introduction of 60Mbps Internet service in Michigan. This service level has been added to Charter’s existing Internet services, which the company says are faster than any other available […]
I have seen the future, and it is 4G. And I don’t want to go back. Verizon Wireless has fired up its so-called 4G LTE, for Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution, network in parts of northern Wayne and Macomb counties, and I got a blazing fast sample Thursday at Verizon’s Novi store.