75% Of U.S. Will Have Access To Broadband At Home By Year-End

The 75 percent availability is up significantly from the 60 percent reach at the end of 2000, according to a report by the Yankee Group, "Residential Broadband: Provisioning Cable Modem Service." Sixty-six percent of U.S. households will be within the reach of cable modems and 45 percent of homes could have a digital subscriber line (DSL) by year's end.