Hu Meena argued for fiber as preferred technology, as debate rages about what Congress should focus on.
Fiber Connect 2021 panel breaks down how open access models work, and how discussion can be framed.
Huntsville Utilities has constructed a fiber network to nearly every residence and business but not directly connected the properties.
The FBA doled out numerous awards during its first general session of the event.
FCC prioritizes mid-band spectrum, proposed antitrust bill will damage startups, Amy Klobuchar's proposed Section 230 reform takes on heat.
The committee approved five bills dealing with protecting networks and educating the public on cyberattacks.
In the fourth in a series of explainers, Broadband Breakfast examines the Biden administration's intent to bash Big Tech.
Craig Settles describes the important role that community institutions have played in promoting connectivity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaked infra proposal has base 100 Mbps speeds, Apple's phones getting 5G, Newsom signs broadband bill, FTC money recovery bill.
Government officials say inflationary pressures may make connecting rural America harder than previously anticipated.
Recent conversations about revamping the program are inspired by the possibility of growth in diversity in broadcasting.
The Communications Workers of America is accusing Lumen of underinvesting in broadband while taking public money.
Satellite service provider Dish, which is open to 12 GHz for mobile, recently signed a network sharing deal with AT&T.
Biden admin accuses China of hacking, FCC's minimum broadband insufficient for small businesses, Jessica Rosenworcel says midband is priority.
Observers say the risks inherent in letting autonomous drones roam requires an ethical framework.
Friday's Gigabit Libraries Network conversation will feature Drew Clark of Broadband Breakfast and John Busby of BroadbandNow.
Huawei scoffs at FCC rip and replace, rural broadband bill moves in committee, franchise fees appeal, Calif. broadband bill integral.
Experts say telework is here to stay, so long as broadband disparities are fixed.
The high cost of pole attachments can deter broadband providers from providing service to the anchor institutions and residential consumers.
Facebook follows Amazon in asking for recusing Khan, Entry-level broadband prices fell, FCC has Open RAN showcase.
Legal experts say changing views on Section 230 will make platforms less willing to employ that defense in future cases.
Will the 12 GHz band be opened for 5G uses or remain exclusively for satellite services?
Experts argue for significant changes in order for broadband mapping efforts to be successful.
New campaign to make internet prices transparent, Google fined $593 million in France, global survey talks WFH lessons.
FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington said focus on spectrum decision will become increasingly important for digital success.
The Communications Workers of America wants provisions in broadband bills barring hiring of subcontractors.
FCC gridlock could hobble president's wishes, FTC opens investigation into Amazon buy, law professor raises questions about Carr's USF proposal.
Greater availability of mid-band spectrum has kick-started 5G through better signal propagation, penetration and carrying capacity.
Executive order would kickoff new antitrust and net neutrality regulations.
Google faces another antitrust lawsuit, ILSR calls for state lead on broadband, LA Times suggests focus on network future.
David Brin said infrastructure spending key for economic recovery -- and the future of the workplace.
New, easier fiber installations could address shortage in trained staff.
Trump files class-action against major tech firms, New York gets $21M for rural internet, default apps get most use.
Angus King, I-Maine, also said companies should go through hack testing to beef up security.
Without further word on what to expect in the bipartisan infrastructure framework, Doug Dawson examines what direction it could take.
Supreme Court Justices call for social media review, aftermath of EU-US trade summit, popular TV program on American tech cancelled.
Many in Washington aren’t holding their breath for the broadband infrastructure deal to collapse.
In a party-line vote, the agency rescinded a 2015 statement that limited the scope of antitrust enforcement.
Though the FCC has claimed that broadband figures are improving, BroadbandNow's data paints a less favorable picture.
Legal experts and economists disagreed over the feasibility and necessity of a global standard for antitrust enforcement.