Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development advances efforts to connect the world’s nearly four billion "other half"

Broadband technology is critical to connecting the 3.8 billion people around the globe who still do not have access to the Internet-the world’s “other half.” This is according to more than 60 participants from United Nations agencies, governments and the broadband industry, who came together in New York City today at the annual fall meeting of the United Nations Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development. The global group of key influencers and decision-makers met parallel to the 73rd Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations also taking place in New York City.

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