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FFH5
Premium
join:2002-03-03
Tavistock NJ
kudos:5

Here is a ranking of the 50 states and their index #'s



Where does your state fall in the rankings. And do you agree or disagree with the ranking?

Beans5

join:2005-07-16
united state
#3 on the list. Delaware is good for speed and connection, that I know of, but you need not know of dele...where?

silbaco
Premium
join:2009-08-03
USA
reply to FFH5
#34. Going to have to say... not accurate. Broadband connections are growing quite rapidly as are IT jobs. But they to have little to nothing to do with each other. So we don't have a major presence of major corporations. Who cares.


OSUGoose

join:2007-12-27
Columbus, OH
reply to FFH5
My first reaction: "Wholey Shit"

Ohio is 39th

Not surprising considering how many different players there are here that huddle in their respective territories. Comcast around Cleveland, Cox around Toledo, TWC in patches around the state. AT&T the primary ILEC, Verizon sold off their lines to Frontier. And CenturyLink & Windstream have some rual patches.

I'm sure there are some smaller players I'm passing over but that just makes the point even more of the hodge podge this state is.


LightS
Premium
join:2005-12-17
Greenville, TX
reply to FFH5
#15

No, lol. Too many large companies in Texas & countless jobs..