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The I3 Connectivity Explorer is the broadband visualization tool for anyone who knows that her or his broadband options are limited and wants to improve their situation. Read more about it, view an introductory video, or create an account and get started! There's a new guide to help!

What's new in this release?

September 24, 2019

  • Fixed issue with certain notebook lookups.

September 21, 2019

  • The Privacy Policy has been updated. You'll be asked to confirm your acceptance of the new policy.

  • The primary URL is now https://i3connect.org. Your bookmarks will continue to work with the older address.

  • The FCC 477 Wireline and Mobile data tables have been updated to the distributions dated June 2018.

  • The FCC 477 Wireline Adoption data has been updated to December 2017, (data posted 09/2019).

  • There are new map layers for HUD Opportunity Zones and for Distressed or Underserved Nonmetropolitan Middle-Income Geographies.

  • New state and local Rural-Urban blocks views. These views allow you to use USDA and Census rural/urban characterizations to see the number of blocks served by 0, 1, 2, or 3+ providers.

  • New state and local Well-Served block views. A block is "well served" when it has a minimum number of providers (default 3) at a specified speed (e.g. 25↓/3↑). Blocks are characterized as "well-served", "under-served", or "un-served". The number of providers, and the target speed, are set in your Notebook preferences.

  • The ACS Internet Subscription Summary and Map include additional detail.

  • Most maps now remember zoom, scroll, and layer settings from previous visits, so there's less redrawing.

  • Median Household Income displays now show margins of error everywhere.

  • Speedups, fixes, and other and internal improvements …