The National Broadband Plan: Connecting America
From technologies that restore paralyzed limbs to devices that monitor heart functions from home, mobile health reduces cost and improves outcomes.
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Broadband enables American businesses, workers and communities to think big and grow bigger. By investing in broadband, we’ll introduce markets to new opportunities and customers to new products.
Broadband investment will help America lead the world in educational innovation by supporting 21st century teaching and learning both in the classroom and outside of it.
Broadband and health IT will transform health care in America, creating better outcomes and lowering costs.
Next-generation energy solutions require investment in broadband to modernize electric power grid, unleash energy innovation in homes, and enable more efficient transportation in the future.
From city hall to the U.S. Capitol, government can better serve the American people by relying more on broadband.
Broadband can increase public access to government information and provide new ways for citizens to participate in their democracy and community.
With a nationwide public safety broadband wireless network, first responders will be able to send and receive video and data in moments, improving their ability to communicate with each other and the public.
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