Experts said the waiver will make it more practical for BEAD projects to comply with Buy America rules.
Buy America provisions are seeping into state and provider policies.
Manufacturers can self-report products are Buy America compliant to be included on NTIA public list.
More broadband investment will result in overbuilding of networks.
Manufacturer Nokia claimed its fiber-optic electronics equipment will meet Build America, Buy America rules.
Nokia’s bundle package sources a wide range of networking equipment from the U.S. for BEAD builds.
Possible BEAD waivers are expected to be announced by end of summer, an official told Broadband Breakfast.
A new wave of activity in the domestic manufacturing market for fiber and electronic materials is happening
Rulemaking could unlock critical capacity in the 12.2 GHz spectrum band.
Concerns include minimum cost per location thresholds and Build America requirements.
Nokia will continue to invest in American manufacturing in the coming years, said CEO.
The manufacturing of the company’s fiber-optic broadband electronics products will start in 2024.
’The industry needs to get off its speed fixation.'
FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel on Monday introduced the 'Learn Without Limits' initiative to update the E-Rate program
25G PONs are ideal to connect customers to 10G or higher speeds, a Nokia rep said.
Charter has selected Nokia for its 5G rollout.
The allegation cell radiation causes cancer has been talked about for years.
Broadband Breakfast evaluated 14 submissions to the White House's proposal on Build America, Buy America rules.
A comment period on the new fund will run through January 23.
Cox's Brian Rose said he welcomes market challenges from pure fiber players.
'We’re seeing the pace and the sophistication of the ransomware attacks increasing faster than our resilience.'
T-Mobile is being sued over an ad that said AT&T only gives discounts to seniors in Florida.
Omni Fiber was injected with funds from Oak Hill Capital last month.
The technology has already been used by companies to monitor and make more efficient systems to reduce emissions.
Disaster protocol experts remarked on lessons learned from fire outbreaks in Boulder County, Colorado.
Apple CEO is not a fan of the legislation that would allow third-parties to bypass Apple store payments.
The sister of a federal officer shot on duty says Facebook knowingly radicalized his killers.
CBRS presents an alternative where fiber installation is difficult.
Former FCC commissioner confused by Biden, China Mobile only choosing Huawei and ZTE, and AT&T partners with Frontier.
The FCC extends Form 477 comment deadline, AT&T secures State Department contract, mobile wireless driving equipment demand.
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