Every year, the US government spends millions to collect data about the status of our nation's broadband to make policy decisions.
Unfortunately, even though the data is publicly available, it's hard to access, difficult to understand, and overly complex, which means it's not very usable for everyday consumers.
For example, do you know the difference between a census tract and a census block? Yea, we didn't think so.
That is why we spend countless hours crunching relevant government (and proprietary) data, all 453 million rows of it, to make it easily accessible for customers so they can make informed decisions.