Broadband Breakfast is kicking off a year-in-review with key developments in digital infrastructure.
New documents allegedly reveal Huawei is more involved with Chinese surveillance than previously known.
The Chinese telecom manufacturer is looking at licensing its designs to another company amid cratering profits.
The newly signed bill puts the U.S. on the offensive against Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE.
Rural Wireless Association is concerned rip and replace will not compensate for costs related to supply chain and labor issues.
House Democrats delayed a vote on broadband infrastructure again, as $1.75 trillion reconciliation package brings greater party unity.
Bipartisan Senate bill clears the House, FCC auction prices climb higher, tech groups oppose newly proposed fee
Huawei’s CTO avoided questions about concerns over its network infrastructure security as countries ban its products.
Open RAN adoption is said to save telecoms money and boost security, as providers are forced to move off Huawei.
Former FCC commissioner confused by Biden, China Mobile only choosing Huawei and ZTE, and AT&T partners with Frontier.
The FCC details rip and replace fund, UTOPIA Fiber is getting involved in Bozeman project, FCC rolls out robocall database.
Companies, industries, and associations chime in on FCC equipment blacklist proposal.
Diversified Communications Group said the FCC flubbed on adding Hytera to blacklist.
The Communist government has access to a vast trove from Chinese-made apps.
Texas House passed partisan legislation on social media censorship, Adtran's $931M ADVA buy, Nokia worries about U.S. sanctions via association.
The FCC extends Form 477 comment deadline, AT&T secures State Department contract, mobile wireless driving equipment demand.
Nebraska said FCC made inaccuracies in RDOF decision, committee pushes secure equipment forward, T-Mobile sunsetting Sprint network.
Huawei scoffs at FCC rip and replace, rural broadband bill moves in committee, franchise fees appeal, Calif. broadband bill integral.
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said more funding will go toward cybersecurity concerns.
A new White House order could further push Huawei and other Chinese firms to be more self-sufficient, executive says.
Biden signs order banning investments in 59 Chinese companies, Nigeria bans Twitter, top court rules on hacking.
Limited competition is provided by the existing trio of vendors. This worsens the supply chain problem for operators.
The Chinese telecom giant is finding greater financial success on home turf, keeping it away from the U.S.
April 5, 2021 – Loopholes that allow U.S. companies to use private funds to purchase equipment from Chinese-based companies like […]
March 18, 2021—The FCC on Wednesday launched its first official inquiry into the status and trajectory of open radio access […]
February 17, 2021 – The Federal Communications Commission adopted two proposals in Wednesday’s meeting: Seeking comments on rule changes for […]
February 5, 2021 – With election misinformation and conspiracy theories rampant in Election 2020, secretaries of state representing pivotal states […]
January 28, 2021—Broadband advocates from the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband Coalition sent a petition on Tuesday to the Federal […]
January 8, 2021 — Outgoing Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai recalled a shift in American views towards China, which […]
WASHINGTON, December 30, 2020 – Here are my reflections on the top 10 broadband stories of the past year, presented […]
Sunday evening, Congress announced reaching a deal on an emergency coronavirus relief package, which includes $7 billion in funding to […]
Facial recognition technology has malfunctioned more frequently for people of color, Federal Communications Commissioner Geoffrey Starks said at the Multicultural […]
The telecoms security bills raised for consideration in the UK parliament recently are really interesting, but not just for the […]
The Secure Telephone Identity Governance Authority announced new policies to advance the STIR/SHAKEN protocol in the fight against illegal robocalls. […]
November 17, 2020 – In the second major showdown between the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook and senators within less […]
November 17, 2020 — The transfer of power from the Republican Donald Trump to the Democrat Joe Biden is not […]
A ruling by the high court in Austria, in line with local defamation policy, ordered Facebook to remove a post […]
The European Union on Tuesday charged Amazon with antitrust violations for abusing the size and scale of its online platform […]
October 13, 2020 — Open radio access networks may be the next big trend in mobile networks across the globe, […]
September 15, 2020 — “Open Radio Access Networks can transform 5G network architecture, costs, and security,” Federal Communications Commission Chairman […]