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A Letter from NECTA President Timothy O. Wilkerson  NECTA has unveiled a sweeping rebrand for our organization as we become the New England Connectivity and Telecommunications Association. Our rebrand is a complete modernization of every aspect of our association, including our new name, a brand-new website...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 19, 2022 CONTACT Elizabeth-Burton Jones Elizabeth-Burton@SevenLetter.com (202) 870-6709 NECTA Rebrands With Focus on “Connecting New England” to the Technology, Content and Services Needed to Thrive in the Information Economy With an Eye Toward Expansion and a Clear Vision for the Future, Storied Trade Association Is Now the New England...

By Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead Recent data analysis has revealed Rhode Island as the state with the best broadband coverage in the United States thanks to affordable costs combined with high speeds and wide coverage. These States Have the Best Broadband Coverage The research conducted by Policy Advisor ranked states according to...

By Adam McCann During the COVID-19 pandemic, state governments ordered “non-essential” businesses to close their buildings, which led many businesses to adopt a work-from-home structure. While the country has now reopened due to the distribution of the vaccine, plenty of workplaces have kept that structure in...

Comcast customers in more than a dozen states across the northeast are set to benefit from faster broadband following a move by the operator to increase download and upload speeds by as much as 50% on a trio of service plans. Speeds on the operator’s Extreme...

Related Company: Comcast Business Company’s Northeast Division Boosts Speeds of Most Popular Tiers By As Much As 100 Percent  More than 75 Percent of Residential Internet Customers to Benefit from Speeds of 300 Mbps or Higher Vermont Business Magazine Comcast announced today it has increased speeds for its most popular Xfinity Internet...

U.S.-based broadband service providers spent at least $86 billion on their networks in 2021, a figure up 8.3% from the $79.4 billion invested in 2020 alone and more than $5 billion above the $80.8 billion spent in 2019, according to USTelecom’s 2021 Broadband Capex Report...