The digital marketplace is growing every day. At one time, you may have had a cell phone capable of making calls and sending a message to another phone, but that was about all it could do. Your dial-up Internet connection allowed you to access your email account and browse sites that were moderately rich in graphics and text, but not much beyond that. Today is different, though. Now you have multiple cell phones within a household all accessing the Wi-Fi signal to stream Netflix or Hulu. Your PC or laptop is working on heavy graphics uploads, while one of your children is playing a virtual reality game in the other room. College classes are often taken online, and employment opportunities are found on the Internet as well. The Medical Industry is growing exponentially in the direction of Telemedicine remote care, and more and more people are finding telecommuting a better fit for themselves and their families. All of this takes bandwidth – a lot of bandwidth – and it takes faster and faster connections to make them work. Think of Internet data as water. At one time all you had to fill was a pail, so that small faucet worked just fine. Now you need to flood a football field, and that faucet needs to be replaced by a hydrant. Our digital footprints only get bigger – they never shrink.