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The physical web in the United States is well developed, and the use of the internet grows at a fast pace. As of 2021, the fixed broadband subscriptions penetration stood at 91. 18%, along with average download speeds of over 100 Mbps. Copper connections are also slowly being phased out, with fiber optics being more commonplace as they provide the consumer with gigabit speeds. The internet backbone of the United States comprises numerous tier 1 networks that offer nationwide and worldwide interconnection through vast lengths of fiber optic cables. Telecommunications giants such as Comcast, Charter Communications, AT&T, Verizon, etc. , have invested billions in the infrastructure since 2017 to enable higher speeds. There is also continued deployment of 5G wireless networks in many regions to offer new options for mobile networks. Data centers are another significant infrastructure element and are designed to locate servers and networking devices. Various big tech companies such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft own large data centers across the country to manage cloud services. Internet exchange points are actual physical connections that enable different networks to connect directly to each other for efficient data interchange. Although the United States, on average, has better internet access than the majority of countries globally, it is still an issue of inequality – rural areas are worse off compared to urban areas. Modern policy discussions still refer to the digital divide. However, private and public investors are still increasing infrastructures that would increase the speed and access to the Internet across the country.

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