1 Gig Home Internet Speeds Are Here

The path to 10 gigabit internet speeds begins with the 1 gigabit speeds currently available to more than 80% of Americans, up from just 4% in 2016.

1G Availability

Percentage of U.S. households with access to 1G

4 %
80 %

Source: FCC Form 477 Data (Dec. 2014, Dec. 2015, Dec. 2016, & June 2017); CableLabs' Analysis (end of 4Q 2018)

The Impact of 1 Gig

The internet is already essential in our daily lives. From streaming our favorite shows, to learning about faraway places or video chatting with a medical specialist, we rely on super-fast connections to support how we live, learn, work, and play. With internet speed and capacity ushering in the Gigabit era, this "opportunity infrastructure" is laying the groundwork for all kinds of new experiences.


As we continue to build out access to 1G speeds and beyond, we’re fueling innovations that support our imagination and have the power to change our lives.

How is 1G a Springboard?

Millions of miles of fiber-rich broadband networks have been deployed over the last several decades, powering our video and broadband internet experiences. New technologies have dramatically improved the ability of these networks to transfer the data and bits that make up the websites and apps we use at a much higher rate. These improvements have already enabled cable’s infrastructure to achieve 1 Gigabit speeds, and further development and deployment of these technologies will enable the same network to deliver 10 Gigabit speeds in the coming years.

Why do we need 10G?