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FCC considers improving its definition of broadband to a video-friendly 10Mbps

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May
2014

The FCC last set its definition of broadband as 4Mbps downstream, and 1Mbps upstream. That was fine for 2010, but its arguably outdated in 2014 — you cant reliably stream HD video or host high-quality video chats on that kind of connection. The agency is clearly aware that it needs to modernize, as its drafting a proposal that would increase the baseline to at least 10Mbps down and 2.9Mbps up.

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