Akamai Sees Surge in 15 Mbps+ Broadband Adoption

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More and more U.S. broadband users are adopting higher speed connections, according to the latest Akamai State of the Internet report, released today and based on data from the fourth quarter of 2015. In particular, researchers found large increases in adoption of speeds that are 15 Mbps and higher.

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