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Short Take: Broadband services worth $30 billion, study says

The North American high-speed, or "broadband," Internet services market will be worth $30 billion by 2005, according to a new study by Forward Concepts, a market research firm. The study predicts 35 million broadband users by 2005 with cable modems holding about a 60 percent market share.

The North American high-speed, or "broadband," Internet services market will be worth $30 billion by 2005, according to a new study by Forward Concepts, a market research firm. The study predicts 35 million broadband users by 2005 with cable modems holding about a 60 percent market share.