The Federal Communications Commission has released Internet Access Services: Status as of June 2009.
Here's an excerpt from the press release:
Report highlights include the following, as of June 2009:
- Out of a total of 71 million fixed – as opposed to mobile – connections to households, only 44% met or exceeded the speed tier that most closely approximates the universal availability target set in the National Broadband Plan of 4 megabits per second (Mbps) downstream and 1 Mbps upstream
- The number of mobile wireless service subscribers with data plans for full Internet access increased by 40% over the first six months of 2009, to 35 million
- Cable modem connections increased by 3% to 41 million and aDSL by 1% to 31 million in the first six months of 2009
- A 23% increase in fiber connections, to 4 million, was the largest rate of increase among fixed-location technologies
- Satellite Internet connections increased by 6% to 1 million