Faster, Sooner: Why The U.S. Needs ‘Gigabit Communities’

Walking the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show last week, I kept thinking of that line from Jaws, "You’re going to need a bigger boat." All the Internet-connected, data-hungry gadgets that are coming to market sent a strikingly clear message: we’re going to need faster broadband networks.

Making sure the U.S. has super-fast, high-capacity, ubiquitous broadband networks delivering speeds measured in gigabits, not megabits isn’t just a matter of consumer convenience, as important as that is. It’s essential to economic growth, job creation and U.S. competitiveness.

Eric Savitz Eric Savitz, Forbes Staff

Guest post written by Julius Genachowski

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