COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of high-speed internet access for remote workers and students learning online, but not all areas offer equal access to the interwebs.
High-speed internet connectivity is the digital lifeblood of remote workers and people learning online, but not all areas of the globe offer equal access to the interwebs. Earlier this year, highspeedinternet.com released a report detailing the fastest and slowest internet speeds based on state-by-state connectivity stats. So, which state has the snappiest internet speeds and where are people most likely to be booted from the Zoom Room?
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Fastest and slowest internet speeds in the U.S.
"The switch to remote work and online learning has really opened up the conversation surrounding internet access in America," said Laura Leininger, a staff researcher at highspeedinternet.com. "Because there is such a ...
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