Broadband Initiatives: Impact will depend on Wireless & Fixed Strategies
Expert Opinion, FCC, Mobile Broadband, National Broadband Plan, Wireless
August 6th, 2010
With the advent of continued proliferation from wireless coverage throughout the U.S., and the projected exponential growth in mobile access, adoption and affordability through LTE to 4G technology; the realities of serving less populated areas becomes increasingly more likely. The strides being made in technology within the mobile arena can significantly impact the broadband community.
Bandwidth: Why Fast Is Important in a Global Economy
Broadband Updates, Expert Opinion, National Broadband Plan
August 2nd, 2010
Bandwidth is the basic foundation for Internet traffic as a connector to everything important in our lives. Whether it is basic bandwidth for connecting to family and friends, or a super fast highway for global reach and competitiveness in the business world, bandwidth constitutes the speed at which we connect as a global presence within the expanding sphere of Internet communication.
Reflections on Broadband Access and Adoption From the Broadband Properties Summit
Broadband Data, Broadband Stimulus, Broadband's Impact, National Broadband Plan
May 6th, 2010
Now that the heavily attended Broadband Properties Summit in Dallas has passed, it is time to reflect on the overall issues facing broadband access, and adoption, as we move forward with a renewed vigor to reach the goals and objectives set forth in the National Broadband Plan. How will we move forward and what hurdles lie ahead in meeting that agenda?
Are you prepared for the Inevitable Mobile Mania Magnification?
Broadband Updates, Expert Opinion, Wireless
March 5th, 2010
By 2014, annual global mobile data traffic will reach 3.6 exabytes per month. Globally, businesses and consumers will be transferring the equivalent of billions of DVDs each month. What’s driving that incredible growth? What does it mean to service providers? Are users worldwide becoming mobile data megalomaniacs? Read on to find out.
The Cable Pipeline: Top 10 Predictions for 2010
Expert Opinion, Wireless
December 27th, 2009
Predictions for 2010 for Broadband, Cable TV, Telecom, and Wireless seen through the eyes of The Cable Pipeline.
Net Neutrality’s Increasingly Complex Debate
Expert Opinion, Net Neutrality
December 21st, 2009
The crux of the debate for those seeing paid-peering-agreements as essential to increased participation by innovative content, application, or service providers, whether they be start-ups or seasoned, seem to be an open ended interpretation which would ban prioritization. […]