Posts Tagged ‘backhaul’

Expert Opinion: On Backhaul, Sprint is Playing Both Sides of the Street

Expert Opinion, FCC, Fiber, Spectrum January 21st, 2014

Wall Street and K Street are separated by a mere 225 miles, but for many companies they are worlds apart.  In particular, industry observers would do well to compare everything said to policymakers with statements by the same competitors made to Wall Street investors. Defense companies, for example, warned policymakers that sequestration would spell the […]

TPRC Panelists Discuss Backhaul Issues’ Impact on Broadband Expansion

Broadband Data, Broadband's Impact September 26th, 2009

ARLINGTON, Va., September 25, 2009 – Mobile broadband is the fastest growing segment of the broadband market. According to Jonathan Banks, who directs policy development for the telecommunications industry association US Telecom, the number of wireless broadband users is expected to grow 130% between 2008 and 2012.

NoChokePoints Coalition to Combat Special Access Providers

FCC, National Broadband Plan June 23rd, 2009

WASHINGTON, June 22, 2009 – Wireless carriers and consumer advocates joined forces Monday to open a new front in the battle over pricing for “special access” markets. The newly-formed NoChokePoints coalition brings together a number of unlikely bedfellows that usually clash on many topics, most notably Sprint Nextel and Public Knowledge, in order to battle the “chokehold that these huge phone companies have on the special access market.”

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