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"Broadband Outpaces Dial-Up," TVTechnology.com, March 7, 2002
"...broadband surfers logged 1.19 billion hours, or 51 percent of the 2.3 billion hours spent online during January. Total time spent online by broadband surfers increased by 64 percent over last year to 1.19 billion hours. The unique audience accessing the Internet via high-speed connections also continues to rise. The at-work broadband population jumped 42 percent to 25.5 million office workers, compared to 18 million the year prior, reaching 63 percent of the Internet office population."
Gregory D. Abowd, "Smart Homes or Homes that Smart?", Beyond the Desktop, March/April 2003
"Jupiter Research predicts that 28 million US households will have a home network by 2006...paralleling this increase in the number of interconnected data-centric devices is a corresponding increase in the complexity of the home audio/visual 'network.'"
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