A new, shorter, url: https://i3connect.org
You can now access the I3 Connectivity Explorer at
https://i3connect.org/ Your current bookmarks will continue to work.
TLDR; Our policy remains one of user-consent and keeping your data private.
The changes introduced in Version 1.2 are incremental. The updated policy clarifies the wording concerning web analytics (which remain opt-in), adds Stripe as a potential payment vendor, and adds the domain
The next time you log in to the I3 Connectivity Explorer, you’ll be asked to confirm your acceptance of the new policy.
Version 0.20 Improvements
The new release incorporates the following changes:
- The FCC 477 Wireline and Mobile data is updated to the distributions dated June 2018.
- The FCC 477 Wireline Adoption data is 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 allow you to use rural/urban characterizations to check the number of blocks served by 0, 1, 2, or 3+ providers.
- New state and local Well-Served blocks views have been introduced. 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 then 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 views include additional detail.
- Most maps now remember zoom, scroll, and layer settings from previous visits, so there’s less redrawing.
As always, let me know what you think. Your feedback helps to shape the application.