January 4, 2005 12:52 PM PST
FCC: High-speed connections up in 2004
DSL connections grew by 20 percent during that time, at a faster pace than cable modem subscriptions, which increased by 13 percent. California had the most high-speed lines, and Wyoming had the least. The FCC adopts a broad definition of high-speed links, counting any connection with speeds of at least 200kbps in either direction.