‘If the U.S. doesn’t lead, China will.’
NTIA is conducting research on improving efficiency of available spectrum.
The head of the FCC is proposing cybersecurity standards on devices.
Christine Hallquist, head of the Vermont Community Broadband Board, was previously CEO of Vermont Electric Cooperative.
Satellite sharing on terrestrial spectrum is premature, said satellite and terrestrial providers.
The wireless association says 5G will add $1.5 trillion in GDP and 4.5 million in new jobs over 10 years.
AI can be used to make congestion control decisions, a major opportunity for dynamic spectrum sharing.
Virginia is waiting for data on the number of unserved and underserved locations in the state.
Republican senators vote “no” for Starks and Gomez.
5G is also helping carriers reach those on the wrong side of the digital divide.
'If you take economic security out of the national security equation, you damage national security.'
How will the internet 'nutrition label' requirements affect broadband providers?
Millions of users have already signed up for the Twitter alternative.
Bead will connect over 90 percent of all locations, both unserved and underserved, to high-speed internet.
A rehearing of the case means that the full court will reconsider the case and the previous ruling is vacated.
The task force will focus on addressing privacy and data protection issues in the communications industry.
Texas is the highest awarded state, as 19 states set to receive more than $1 billion from BEAD.
Tuesday's Made-in-America Summit will be headlined by reactions to BEAD allocations.
State broadband officers are prepared to leverage BEAD money to connect all Americans to the internet.
Prior announcement date of BEAD allocation funds now set for White House ceremony on Monday, June 26.
An assortment of data will be useful in all phases of the broadband planning process.
The new cyber section will serve as a resource to respond to highly technical cyber threats.
The FCC has moved forward in critical objectives, reported commissioners at oversight hearing.
The FCC is close to authorizing a higher speed requirement for funding to certain high-cost areas.
DISH Network claims to provide 5G service to 240 million Americans, 70 percent of the population.
The bill would require the federal government to notify the public when agencies use AI.
The remaining RDOF budget of approximately $14 billion may never be awarded.
There are 'locations where we know it is not possible to receive that level of service,' said Maine's broadband authority.
At stake are final rules for the widespread use of CV2X technology in addition to spectrum allocation.
Proposed rules will consider how the band might be made available through non-exclusive spectrum access models.
The state is focused on community partnerships as it waits for federal broadband funds later this month.
The rules would ban the practice of marketers purporting to have written consent for numerous parties to contact a consumer.
Charter has selected Nokia for its 5G rollout.
The proposed rules will not protect consumers and will limit consumer’s ability to receive important messages from carriers.
The FCC’s expertise does not translate to a social distribution mechanism.
The sheer magnitude of the overstatements in the FCC’s map makes the challenge process untenable.
Mississippi will receive $151 million from Treasury's Capital Projects Fund.
The NTIA has acknowledged a clear preference for fiber in its bipartisan infrastructure deployment effort.
The Surgeon General called on Congress to take action against the harms social media poses to youth.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee passed a three-year extension of the FCC's auction authority.