The National Telecommunications & Information Association (NTIA) cites the goal of the US Broadband Mapping Project as:
“to increase broadband Internet access and adoption in America, which supports economic growth, job creation, and improved education, health care, and public safety…creating and maintaining the first public, searchable nationwide map of broadband availability; broadband-usage research that can inform efforts to close the digital divide; and promoting digital literacy to help Americans compete in the 21st century economy.”
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About Christine Ekman
Christine is a co-founder with Andrew MacFarlane at Mobile Pulse. Her years in telecommunications have spanned Ethernet, Frame Relay, Fiber LANs, xDSL and Cable data services. Mobile broadband is next generation of broadband service offerings. She has been advising startups and venture investors for over 12 years at Evolve Adapt Survive. Her clients have included SMARTS (now EMC), NGT (Comcast), Broadsoft, Grotech among many others. Previous to Evolve, Christine worked in mergers and acquisitions for Bay Networks (Nortel) and previous to that she worked as a broadband network design engineer at US WEST.