Minnesota has more work to do for statewide broadband, report says



By Julio Ojeda-Zapata, Pioneer Press

“Minnesota is no broadband backwater but remains well short of its goal to make high-speed Internet available to every resident.

But the state has made progress, according to a report Monday by the Governor’s Task Force on Broadband.

The state defines “broadband” as Internet connections with minimum download speeds of 10 to 20 megabits per second and minimum upload speeds of 5 to 10 megabits.”

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