Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema praised the program for 'delivering real solutions to Arizonans.'
Starry said the bankruptcy will put it in a better position to continue offering service.
In a mesh network, individual devices act as both clients and routers, creating a decentralized digital ecosystem that can expand.
The proposal is part of the commission's obligation under the Safe Connections Act.
The FCC is proposing to include in E-Rate tribal colleges that separately function as public libraries.
More focus needs to be one removing unserviceable locations, says an observer.
The FCC is considering additional requirements, but that could be burdensome for small providers.
Sohn added the Supreme Court decision in West Virginia could challenge net neutrality rules.
Prioritizing fiber builds will increase cost and deployment time, says WISPA report.
Broadband access and privacy policies present opportunities for bipartisan collaboration, Broadband Breakfast panelists agreed.
The NTIA's comments came after President Biden said fiber optics should be made in America.
By working with existing entities like utilities, states can establish more effective state offices.
President links longstanding provision of federal law, strengthened in Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, to 'fiber optic cables'
Will providers be required to use equipment that is not readily available within the United States?
AT&T said it should pay a similar rate to other telecommunications attachers.
The $1.5 billion Innovation Fund should be used to promote global adoption, say commenters.
A new law presents an opportunity to reuse existing infrastructure for fiber broadband deployment.
Panelists are concerned that states may not have had the prescriptive guidance needed to maximize funding.
Agency officials outlined helpful material for states looking to develop digital equity plans.
'Utilities have been willing to perform these voluntary pole replacements because they have been compensated for it.'
An agency official said states have asked for guidance on how to handle local challenges.
Time is running out to have cities' voices heard at state broadband roundtables.
The data only became publicly available after the deadline passed.
The challenge process is important because mapping is a “zero-sum game,” panelists said.
Several documents will improve application competitiveness, said Paul Garnett of Vernonburg Group.
NTCA and the Rural Wireless Association are backing a petition to double time to enter emergency agreements.
15% of applicants said they still haven’t begun work to remove equipment as of October.
States facing difficulties collecting coverage data may have more time to present challenges.
Signatories say the FCC's map is inaccurate and local governments don't have the resources to challenge it in time.
The amount of funding to each state is based upon the FCC maps — which are clearly flawed.
The Verizon rival is claiming that the telco unfairly charged it for more space than it occupies on its infrastructure.
The Broadband Breakfast Report for January 2023 lays out the things to know about the challenge process.
Alan Davidson asserted that marginalized communities are harmed disproportionately by privacy violations.
Starks also said federal housing support should be linked to the Affordable Connectivity Program.
Panelists compared the FCC's process to flying a plane while it's being built.
More comprehensive data-sharing is made possible by the reduced latency of 5G, CES hears.
Cities and states are still in the midst of challenging the accuracy of the FCC's maps.
Amazon began launch of drone deliveries in two U.S. cities late last month.
State officials are responsible for the disbursal of federal broadband infrastructure funds, but many offices are understaffed.
The letter says the current version of the FCC’s map is highly inaccurate.