Connected devices to drive new broadband business models

08/15/2013 | Telecompetitor.com

As more consumers turn to connected devices for broadband connectivity, carriers will need to rethink the Internet delivery models that have driven the industry since the earliest days of the digital revolution. Experts say the post-PC era will require bigger investments in Wi-Fi networks and a focus on digital home solutions, and it will open new opportunities for growth in rural areas, where PC-based broadband has been slow to catch on.

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