In July, the Federal Communications Commission released its second “Measuring Broadband America” report. "Broadband providers have significantly improved accuracy in actual versus advertised speeds during the past year and consumers are subscribing to faster speed tiers and receiving faster speeds than ever before." Measuring progress of bandwidth is essential to unleashing the benefits of big broadband, says the FCC, particularly in order to assure that at least 100 million homes have actual download speeds of 100 Mbps by 2020. How has broadband data made available by the FCC, and by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's State Broadband Initiative, changed the broadband landscape from four years ago?

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