Cahners In-Stat Group and CED, the print magazine from which CEDaily Direct springs, are conducting a research study to measure broadband deployment and implementation over the coming years against two groups: broadband service providers and business end-users. The study will cover broadband demand versus availability, user awareness and preferences, broadband alternatives and driving applications.
Cahners In-Stat Group is looking for qualified study participants from the two groups in order to complete the "Moving Towards Broadband Ubiquity" study. The study will be offered gratis to those who register to receive it.
Those involved in broadband implementation or broadband corporate buying decisions may participate in the study via an online survey at http://www.intellisurvey.com/run/broadband. Study participants will receive an enhanced version of the study results before they are released to the general public. For those who do not wish to participate in the survey, sign up now to receive results upon release of the study in early April 2001 at http://www.instat.com/bbsurvey/signup.asp.