Posts Tagged ‘John Muleta’

Muleta Believes that Lowering Reoccurring Costs will Spur Adoption

Broadband's Impact July 19th, 2010

WASHINGTON July 19, 2010- The high cost of devices and connectivity are causing the digital divide says John Muleta, Founder and CEO of M2Z. Speaking at the Minority Media & Telecom Council’s eighth annual Access to Capital and Telecommunications Policy Conference Muleta explains how consumers are unable to get online due to the reoccurring costs of owning internet devices.

Perspectives on Selection Criteria Reflect Views on Stimulus Program's Purpose

Broadband Stimulus, NTIA March 24th, 2009

WASHINGTON, March 24, 2009 – NTIA and RUS broadband stimulus grant recipients should be selected in a way that honors the intent of the stimulus bill itself, a large group of stakeholders said at Tuesday afternoon’s roundtable on selection criteria.

Wireless Executives Debate Role of Next-Generation Services

Wireless February 11th, 2009

WASHINGTON, February 11, 2009 – Wireless industry veterans butted heads during a panel discussion at Tuesday morning’s Broadband Breakfast Club. Organized by, the event focused on the role of wireless services in next-generation broadband deployment.

Next Breakfast Club: The Role of Wireless Frequencies in Widespread Broadband Deployment

Broadband Calendar February 7th, 2009

WASHINGTON, January 28, 2009 – With broadband-related funding a key part of discussion about the fiscal stimulus legislation currently being considered in Congress, four top officials from companies with an interest in the wireless space will assemble at the Broadband Breakfast Club on February 10 to discuss the role that electromagnetic frequencies can play in forging universal broadband deployment.

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