Panelists emphasized the need to allow more time for research and collaboration throughout the auction process.
The bar ‘is not impossibly high, but it is high,' Alan Davidson said.
Industry groups urged Congress to codify 100 Mbps.
Without investments in digital adoption, investments in infrastructure won’t close the digital divide, say advocates.
Awardees of NTIA’s BIP recommend hiring third-party technical consultants.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration is seeking comment on how to structure the programs.
The current surge of broadband funding presents opportunities as well as challenges.
Prioritizing fiber builds will increase cost and deployment time, says WISPA report.
Broadband access and privacy policies present opportunities for bipartisan collaboration, Broadband Breakfast panelists agreed.
President links longstanding provision of federal law, strengthened in Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, to 'fiber optic cables'
Will providers be required to use equipment that is not readily available within the United States?
The U.S. must remain a market leader in the satellite sector, said Energy and Commerce Ranking Member Frank Pallone
The $1.5 billion Innovation Fund should be used to promote global adoption, say commenters.
The NTIA claims that Apple and Google take advantage of their app stores to put unfair limitations on their competitors.
The FCC said that MV Realty used the PhoneBurner dialing platform, and ordered Twilio to disconnect the companies.
Agency officials outlined helpful material for states looking to develop digital equity plans.
BEAD requirements a unique opportunity for underrepresented communities to be involved in broadband builds.
The commission has been exploring the broadening of the E-Rate program, a high-cost program under the Universal Service Fund.
Friday's cutoff applied to availability challenges, but it was already too late for location challenges.
The challenge process is important because mapping is a “zero-sum game,” panelists said.
States facing difficulties collecting coverage data may have more time to present challenges.
The Broadband Breakfast Report for January 2023 lays out the things to know about the challenge process.
Alan Davidson asserted that marginalized communities are harmed disproportionately by privacy violations.
More comprehensive data-sharing is made possible by the reduced latency of 5G, CES hears.
Experts have warned that the BABA mandate raises the cost of broadband deployment.
The letter says the current version of the FCC’s map is highly inaccurate.
The CRS report references a Broadband Breakfast Live Online event held in October.
Some fear that state offices will lack the necessary resources to fully participate in the fabric challenge process.
The FCC licensed a significant amount of the limited available spectrum before its authority to do was set to expire.
Without efforts to drive adoption, federal investment in connectivity will fall short, agreed Brookings panelists.
Alan Davidson’s response to Daines, dated Tuesday, says the NTIA will combat overbuilding, but does not mention unlicensed spectrum.
Georgia will submit 167K location challenges within days and plans to submit tens of thousands more in early January 2023.
New planning grants were awarded to twelve states and two tribal entities.
The COVID-19 pandemic provided the foundation case for why fiber’s symmetrical capabilities have became so central.
The combination of federal benefits is currently prohibited in the state of California.
Since November, library cardholders can check out Wi-Fi hotspots for home use.
Alan Davidson admitted he was “incredibly uncomfortable” with the January 13 deadline
According to the Subcommittee Chairman Ben Ray Lujan, D-N.M., up to 37,000 locations in New Mexico are unaccounted for.
Panelists sought streamlined permitting processes on federal lands and in local communities, and reasonably priced pole access.
Comments on the $1.5B fund are due January 27, 2023.