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The FTTH Council submitted a wealth of information to the Federal Communications Commission during its consideration of a National Broadband Plan. These include two studies by the telecommunications strategy consultant CSMG -- one outlining the projected cost of wiring up the country with FTTH, and the other exploring the range of next-generation digital services and applications that will likely come about as a result of the proliferation of all-fiber networks in the U.S.

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Letter from U.S. Rep. Boucher to FCC Calling for Specific Bandwidth Targets in the NBP
Topic: National Broadband Plan
Owner: FBA Administrator
Date: 2010-06-24

In a letter sent to the Federal Communications Commission, Rep. Boucher, who chairs the U.S. House Subcommittee on Communications, Technology and the Internet, urges the FCC to “explicitly endorse a goal for minimum broadband speeds of at least 50 megabits downstream and 20 megabits upstream for 80 percent of the population by 2015” in the National Broadband Plan.

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