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The May 10 Connect (X) session will discuss the Middle Mile Program and the key role of state broadband offices.
Broadband leaders have 'unrealistic expectations' for mapping accuracy, panel hears.
The NTIA’s resources for funding applications help state broadband officers manage their their BEAD programs.
County governments can coordinate with ISPs to connect their communities, panel hears.
The middle mile waiver comes ahead of the awarding of grants from the $1B program.
Network operators can take steps to prevent the biggest risk to open-access networks: A race to the bottom.
In surprise announcement at keynote luncheon, Sohn revealed as the first executive director of the new organization advocating for municipalities.
States should consider issuing bonds to fund broadband projects, panel hears.
Director of RUS called for more flexibility in how it administers federal funds.
In 2014, Brownsville was ranked as the worst-connected city in the United States.
Cities are being drawn to open-access deployment models, say panelists.
State broadband offices are tasked with outlining their challenge processes amid other concerns.
Financial requirements for broadband grant applications include audited financials and letter of credit requirements.
T-Mobile touted the strength of its 5G wireless network for home internet.
The allegation cell radiation causes cancer has been talked about for years.
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Estimating how far the money will go does not require advanced math.
Executives said fixed-wireless service has become one of the biggest uses for its 5G network.
Lawmakers considered more than 30 legislative drafts targeting potential regulatory obstacles.
Advances for the green economy in the Inflation Reduction Act rely upon smart grid infrastructure.
'We aren’t doing the blanket waivers of the past,' said Kevin Gallagher, a top Commerce Department Official.
The FCC's spectrum auction authority expired in March.
The FCC approved a comment period to address the issue over a year ago.
Trade groups and other organizations disagreed over issues such as spectrum sharing.
In a Fiber Broadband Association webinar, consultants, mappers and ISPs said states must verify broadband coverage.
The author led the city of Loveland, Colorado, through the assessment and feasibility study of publicly-owned broadband.
The event will examine how domestic procurement requirements will impact a historic wave of federal funding for infrastructure.
Efforts in multiple states aim to address connectivity challenges for low-income residents.
The company said it has received just $360,000 out of the $16 million requested.
Newly proposed legislation would add 7 months to the challenge process for states and other parties.
The funding is through Connect Maryland, part of the state's Department of Housing and Community Development.
The lengthy grant application process can be a barrier for Tribes with limited resources.
The Treasury announced a proposal to revise broadband grant compliance obligations Tuesday.
As providers attempt to expand their fiber footprints, some are turning to open access networks.
New York filed 31,000 location challenges against the FCC's mapping data.
While waiting for grant funding, state broadband leaders should work to engage and educate local communities.
Industry leaders agreed that fiber deployment should be prioritized, with other technologies supplementing as needed.
The bill requires the FCC to study and reform the contribution base of the Universal Service Fund.
Commerce Secretary Raimondo made stops at fiber manufacturing facilities in North Carolina.