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Broadband Infrastructure, Adoption, and Technology Usage in Iowa

Connect Iowa has conducted an assessment of the broadband landscape in the state of Iowa.

In June 2015, Connect Iowa released new broadband availability data showcasing that the gap in availability continues to shrink, making way for more adoption and use of the technology throughout the state.

Explore the new ACCESS data charts and maps below.

 

Explore the most recent Access, Adoption, and Use data charts and maps below:

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Estimate of Broadband Service Availability in the State of Iowa By Speed Tier Among Fixed Platforms
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Availability Estimate by Broadband Platform in the State of Iowa Broadband Service of at Least 3 Mbps Download/768 Kbps Upload
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Rural Availability Estimate of Broadband Service by Speed Tier
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Estimated Availability of Broadband Service by County Terrestrial Broadband (Excluding Mobile)
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County-Level Estimated Availability by Broadband TechnologyPercentage of Households Served by Broadband, by Technology Platform( ≥ 3 Mbps Download/768 Kbps Upload Speeds)
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Broadband Availability in the State of Iowa - Percentage of Households Served by Terrestrial, Non-Mobile Broadband Service: At Least 3 Mbps Download/768 Kbps Upload Speeds
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Broadband Availability in the State of Iowa - Percentage of Households Served by Terrestrial, Non-Mobile Broadband Service: At Least 10 Mbps Download/1 Mbps Upload Speeds
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Broadband Availability in the State of Iowa - Percentage of Households Served by Terrestrial, Non-Mobile Broadband Service At Least 25 Mbps Download/3 Mbps Upload Speeds

ADOPTION

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Iowa Technology Adoption by Demographic
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Iowa Technology Adoption Summary

USE

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Barriers to Computer Ownership: Percent of residents with no computer at home
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Barriers to Computer Ownership: Percent of residents with no home broadband service