Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Broadband Growth Slowing After COVID-19-Driven Surge: Parks

After “massive growth" in adoption of residential internet during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. broadband growth slowed in 2022 as the “low-hanging fruit has already been picked,” said Parks Associates analyst Kristen Hanich on a Connections webcast last week. Broadband penetration increased 5 percentage points -- 12 million homes -- since 2019, when pandemic-driven shifts required workers and students to work from home.

From the article "'Broadband Growth Slowing After COVID-19-Driven Surge: Parks" by Rebecca Day.

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