States with high levels of investment in their broadband infrastructure stand a better chance of seeing economic benefits, according to a new study. TechNet, a bipartisan policy and political network of CEOs that promotes the innovation economy, today unveiled its 2012 State Broadband Index assessing state policies and business climate that impact broadband deployment and demand. The Index also offers stakeholders a roadmap for accelerating progress in building a more innovative and competitive economy.
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