Connecting Every American
Building Broadband's Future
Having a high-speed internet connection at home opens up a world of opportunity. It is essential for school assignments, remote work, communicating with friends and family and so much more. While broadband service is now available to most Americans, an estimated 10 million people still don't have access, primarily in remote and rural areas. And too many families with access to the internet don’t subscribe.
The cable industry has built gigabit speed networks that reach most of America and we are working to extend access to communities that are being connected for the first time. With a focused effort on reaching the unserved, the goal of connecting all Americans is finally within reach.
Why it Matters
We know that with fast and reliable internet comes a world of opportunity, so we're working to lift up all of America, by connecting every community.
Broadband Across America
Progress by the Numbers
In recent decades, the cable industry has made great progress building critical broadband infrastructure to connect the vast majority of America. Thanks to considerable investment and hard work building out networks, prices have decreased while speeds and access have increased.
Investing in Infrastructure
Billions in annual private capital investment has enabled cable operators to build and continually upgrade broadband networks that offer gigabit speeds throughout America.
Future-Proofing the Network
The cable industry is building the broadband network of the future, featuring fiber-rich technologies, constant monitoring and self-healing infrastructure, and an advanced network management system. The 10G network will deliver internet speeds up to 10 gigabits per second with the power, capacity, and security to power America's digital future.