Posts Tagged ‘wireless broadband’

AT&T Eyeing Stake in Indian Mobile Company

International, Mobile Broadband, Wireless June 7th, 2010

WASHINGTON, June 7, 2010 –Telecom giant AT&T is in talks with Reliance Communications, one of India’s top mobile phone firms, to possibly purchase a minority share in the firm. Reliance was one of the few companies in the recent spectrum auction in India to obtain large sections of the Broadband Wireless Allocation band. Reliance is also in talks with Etisalat Emirates Telecommunications Corp., an Abu Dhabi-based telecom company.

Genachowski and Baker to Talk Wireless Broadband in San Diego

Broadband Updates, Wireless October 6th, 2009

As part of the Federal Communications Commissions’ preparation for a national broadband plan, the agency has been holding a series of workshops and public meetings to gain advice from the public. Individuals on the West coast will be able to weigh in on the use of radio-frequency spectrum at a field hearing in San Diego on Thursday, October 8.

Rural Mobile Group Pushes 'Bill of Rights' for Broadband Users

Universal Service March 25th, 2009

WASHINGTON, March 25, 2009 – A consortium of broadband interest groups calling itself the Rural Mobile Broadband Alliance (RuMBA) USA, on Wednesday announced its “Broadband Bill of Rights.”

Corning's Fendley Joins NCTA's McSlarrow and Windhausen to Discuss Government-Funded Broadband

Broadband Calendar November 6th, 2008

WASHINGTON, October 22 – Stan Fendley, the director of legislative and regulatory policy for Corning, Inc., has joined the roster of speakers for’s next big event: the Tuesday, November 18 meeting of the Broadband Breakfast Club. Applies for Knight News Challenge Grant to Enhance Data, Build Out Wiki and Offer Video

Press Releases November 1st, 2008

WASHINGTON, November 1 – applied on Saturday for a News Challenge grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The application, which can be viewed online at the web site, lays out a plan of action for the future work of this web site.

Modern-Day Alaskan Broadband Benefits from Satellite Earth Station Competition

States August 11th, 2008

August 10 – Today’s technologically advanced Alaska is a far cry from Jack London’s frontier in The Call of the Wild. Yet while dog-sledding remains a common form of transportation, the image of the disconnected wilderness man is today more myth than reality.

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