Rain, wind and other weather conditions can impact some of the most important parts of your daily routine. Is your internet performance one of them? It’s a simple question, but the answer can be complicated. Here are some of the factors involved when it comes to how the weather can affect your high speed internet …
High speed internet is now considered a basic necessity in both residential and commercial environments. Unfortunately, FCC data shows that 19 million Americans still live without the threshold speeds needed to manage their homes and businesses. Others may technically have the speed required, but are dissatisfied with their internet speed experience — and of course, some users may not know how much internet speed they need at all.
Fixed wireless internet has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released its 2022 Communications Marketplace Report at the start of 2023, it showed that fixed wireless internet now covers 84.8% of the population, beating out fiber and cable internet. It grew the fastest of all three technologies, with residential fixed wireless connections increasing by 76% in two years.