Welcome To The Fiber/Cable Expo Of Dallas
Our organization is committed to expanding fiber optic broadband and
high speed cable Internet connections throughout the state of Texas.
Our goal is to reach broadband speeds of up to 100 Mbps in all major
metropolitian areas of Texas by 2020 and up to 1 Gbps by 2025.
Representatives from the major Internet Service Providers in Texas
are regular attendees, as well as officials from state government
and major city governments (Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, El
Paso, Fort Worth, Denton, Amarillo and Abilene).
The next F/C Expo is tentatively scheduled for June 25th - 27th,
2015 at the Dallas Convention Center.
Now Over 83 Million Broadband Internet Subscribers In The
The latest figures from the Leichtman Research Group indicate that
there are now about 83.5 million U.S. broadband subscribers. More households can find
Service Providers in my area at prices they can afford and at
connection speeds which they enjoy. The average downspeeds speeds in
the U.S. are at about 20 Mbps, according to Ookla's Internet speed
testing service . . .
FCE 2014 Reveals New Speeds, New Plans And New Innovations
Thank you to all ISP representatives that attended FCE 2014 early
this month. This was one of the best events we've had all year.
Highlights of the presentations include, continued growth in the move towards mobile broadband, greater ease
Internet providers by zip code, and expanding cover in rural
portions of Texas. The three-day event was hosted by Starlene
Springer from KLTY 94.9 FM . . .
New Satellite TV / Broadband Plans Available From The Dish
With the launch of new high speed Internet satellites last year,
satellite Internet providers are now able to provide competitive
speeds in the TV / Broadband bundles. Dish Network has created new
packages with combine their satellite TV service with high speed Internet connectivity. The initial
reviews of these satellite
Internet providers show speeds reaching 15 Mbps and the lowest price for broadband-only is almost $50 per month
. . .