By Drew Clark – Today, broadband is the driver for almost all of today’s digital technologies. Of the hundreds of examples of digital technologies that I experienced last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I cannot recall a single one of them that wasn’t broadband-enabled.
Here’ the top 10 issues for 2013:
- Data Caps for Wireless Broadband, the Spectrum Crunch, and Wireless Home Networking
- How Will FirstNET Improve Public Safety Communications?
- Smart Cars, Data Sensors, and Machine-to-Machine Communications: What’s Coming Up this Year
- Becoming a Gigabit Nation: What Have we Learned About Ultra-High Speed from Google, Comcast, Verizon and Others?
- Global and Mobile: How Wireless Broadband Spurs Economic Development
- Smart Energy: Broadband and the Green Revolution
- Over the Top: Broadband Video Challenges Cable and Broadcast Programming
- Mobile Health: Will Wireless Devices Help Solve the Nation’s Health Crises?
- Changes to Patent Law and the Landscape for Innovation
- Will Tablets Dethrone Computers as the Gateway to Sustainable Broadband Adoption?
- The broadband economy: A square deal all around (theneteconomy.wordpress.com)
- Audi Unveils In-Car 4G LTE Wireless Broadband at 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (prnewswire.com)
- Parks Associates: Over 650 million households worldwide will have broadband and over 430 million will have a data network by end of 2013 (prnewswire.com)
- AT&T: Wi-Fi will be in all of our small cell deployments (fiercebroadbandwireless.com)
- Global Broadband Connections: 1.6 Billion (dailywireless.org)
- Sony to reveal multi-channel broadband TV service at CES – report (vg247.com)
- Audi A3 gets faster in 2013: In-car 4G LTE wireless broadband unveiled (pocket-lint.com)