Why are flash calls on the rise and how do operators handle them to maximize revenue?
The FCC’s order prevents future authorizations of equipment on the commission’s “Covered List” of national security threats.
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Transparency laws in Calif. and N.Y. are the 'liberal' counterpart to the 'conservative' speech laws in Texas and Florida.
Florida A&M University, the University of the Virgin Islands and Morgan State University will measure broadband speeds in underserved communities.
'We figured out how to train people to be digital navigators [and] get customers comfortable with telehealth.'
'Consumers deserve to trust that public airwaves aren’t being leased without their knowledge to foreign governments.'
'The way you close the digital divide is you build fiber to every single rural home,' Jonathan Chambers said.
'This is a very important step,' said Christopher Kuner, co-director of the Brussels Privacy Hub.
The first prototype Amazon Project Kuiper low-earth orbit satellites are expected to launch early next year.
Does the 'Broadband Grant Tax Treatment Act' stand a chance?
The number of 100-degree days has almost doubled in the past 40 years and may double in the next decade.
Big communications companies want Congress to tax telecom, while many others want higher fees on broadband service.
'Community-anchor institutions have been and are the connective tissue that make delivering high-speed internet access possible,' he said.
To deploy the infrastructure itself, states must focus on user buy-in as well as network deployment.
Louisiana enjoys 'absolute alignment' between the governor, legislature, and local officials on closing the digital divide.
Biden-Harris administration implements new action plan to expedite infrastructure projects, including a new “dig once” policy.
The CPF allows the state to contribute more money toward builds, the state official said.
Some third parties are wondering about the terms on which they will be able to access the FCC's mapping fabric.
STIR/SHAKEN offers no protection from fraud schemes besides robocalls and caller ID spoofing.
55 percent of people surveyed were not confident in their ability to use the internet, a study found.
More than 42,000 unserved Native American households will have access to high-speed Internet.
FCC should not 'wait for Congress to sort through these complex issues.'
Digital Infrastructure Investment brings the broadband infrastructure and financial services communities together.