Municipal broadband

Municipal broadband is a type of broadband internet access that is provided by a municipality, typically through a government-owned utility or a public-private partnership. Municipal broadband can be deployed in a variety of ways, including fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), wireless, and cable. In the United States, there are over 500 communities that have deployed some form of … Read more

Conventional memory

Conventional memory is a term used in IBM PC compatible computing. It refers to the first 640 kilobytes of system memory, which is available to MS-DOS and all 16-bit applications. This memory is typically referred to as low memory or base memory. The term “conventional memory” is also used to refer to the first 1 … Read more