SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 8 -- Cahners In-Stat Group, in conjunction with industry publications Broadband Week and CED, announced that it is conducting a unique research study aimed at measuring broadband deployment and implementation over the coming years against two groups: broadband service providers and business end-users. The study will cover broadband demand versus availability, user awareness and preferences, broadband alternatives and driving applications. The high-tech market research firm is seeking qualified study participants from the two groups in order to complete the Moving Towards Broadband Ubiquity study. The study is unique in that, despite being valued at thousands of dollars, it will be offered free of charge to those who register to receive it. In-Stat's ability to offer the study for free has been made possible through sponsor support from broadband solution companies like ADC, Core Networks, Harmonic, Philips, Terayon and others. Those involved in broadband implementation or broadband corporate buying decisions may participate in the study via an online survey at: http://www.intellisurvey.com/run/broadband. Study participants will receive an enhanced version of the study results before they are released to the general public.