WiMax is Dead. Long Live WiMax?
Broadband Stimulus, Mobile Broadband, Wireless
August 5th, 2010
WASHINGTON, August 5, 2010 – WiMax has always been seen as one of the ideal solutions to bring high-speed internet access to rural America, but it has yet to achieve its full potential. With the majority of mobile providers choosing long term evolution, or LTE, as their preferred 4G technology, WiMax seems to have lost its momentum. However the technology has become increasingly popular in Asia.
Best Buy to Offer Mobile Broadband Through Clearwire
Mobile Broadband, Wireless
July 30th, 2010
WASHINGTON, July 30, 2010 – Best Buy’s new mobile broadband service provider, Best Buy Connect, will be adding 4G options to its customers.
Consortium Aims to Spur Small Business Adoption of Broadband
Broadband's Impact, FCC, National Broadband Plan
April 8th, 2010
WASHINGTON, April 8, 2010 – SCORE, a corps of executives providing counseling to small businesses, has partnered with a handful of large firms to donate $1.1 million to help small firms better use broadband technologies. The consortium was formed in response to the FCC’s National Broadband Plan.
BroadbandCensus.com People Column: Nicole Silverman Joins Qorvis
Broadband's Impact, Premium Content
November 6th, 2009
WASHINGTON, November 6, 2009 – The corporate communications firm Qorvis has brought Nicole Silverman on board to work on technology and telecom policy issues and reputation management for foreign governments. Silverman, whose title will be director, was most recently an account manager in Waggener Edstrom’s public affairs practice where she oversaw the development and implementation of international public affairs programs for Fortune 500 companies, foundations and trade associations. At Waggener Edstrom, Silverman developed an expertise in telecom policy.
New Feature: This Week in Mobile Broadband
Premium Content, Wireless
June 14th, 2009
WASHINGTON, June 14, 2009 – Today, BroadbandCensus.com unveils a new feature, “This Week in Mobile Broadband,” written by Alex Tcherkassky, a Washington-based reporter for BroadbandCensus.com with a strong background in the wireless industry.
Widespread Telecommuting Could Save Consumers $228 Billion, Businesses $260 Billion
March 13th, 2009
WASHINGTON, March 13, 2009 – Working from home could save United States consumers $228 billion, add $260 billion to companies’ bottom line, and save the government another $14 billion, according to a study by Undress4success.com.