The three states showcased efforts at growing the semiconductor industry.
New SiFi FiberCity live with two more to be announced soon.
Adtran will partner with local area schools for its high school apprenticeship program.
Public-private partnerships have seen success in several states, officials said.
Cartesian predictions follow closely with BEAD allocation announcements on Monday.
Texas is the highest awarded state, as 19 states set to receive more than $1 billion from BEAD.
State broadband officers are prepared to leverage BEAD money to connect all Americans to the internet.
Treasury announced funding awards through the Capital Projects Fund for broadband and community development projects.
In 2014, Brownsville was ranked as the worst-connected city in the United States.
The FCC inches closer to exhausting the $7.17 billion fund.
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NDIA Executive Director Angela Siefer zeroed in on the need for good data.
Court decisions on Texas and Florida “must-carry” laws disagreed on whether online platforms should be regulated as common carriers.
The court has not yet agreed to hear the cases, but multiple justices have commented on their importance.
Panelists compared the FCC's process to flying a plane while it's being built.
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 RWA told the FCC its members are struggling to get loans to fulfil Rip and Replace obligations.
Californians' opposition to the ADPPA's preemption provision may be the end of the comprehensive bipartisan privacy bill.
The FCC and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are said to be looking at data-sharing deal.
Only a handful of states have crafted their purchasing decisions after federal rules banning certain companies' equipment.
Georgetown University professor Randy Barnett said that the ability to post on social media might be a civil right.
Study says California and Texas will be the biggest BEAD winners, with grants of more than $3 billion each.
'Consumers deserve to trust that public airwaves aren’t being leased without their knowledge to foreign governments.'
Biden-Harris administration implements new action plan to expedite infrastructure projects, including a new “dig once” policy.
'The only way to get that density is to get fiber out there. That allows you to get more subs with your wireless.'
The company's president of broadband access and adoption initiatives lauded AT&T's public-private partnerships.
SiFi Networks will construct an all-fiber network for 40,000 households in the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The White House released a "comprehensive framework" for the regulation of digital assets.
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The authorization comes three weeks after the commission denied funding to Starlink and LTD Broadband.
The FCC will let Congress make changes to its authority to add contributors to the Universal Service Fund.
Observers on a Broadband Breakfast panel offered differing perspectives on the high court's decision.
The decision resulted in an unusual court split. Justice Kagan sided with Justice Alito but refused to sign his dissent.
A Senate committee passed a bill that would require the FCC explore including Big Tech in Universal Service Fund contributions.
One of the most helpful things a state broadband director can do for themselves is pick up the phone.
Lit Communities will operate the network, with subsidiary BTX Fiber as the last-mile provider. HMI Utilities is prime contractor.
The FCC on Thursday revoked the operating authorization of China Unicom, in latest effort to weed out national security threats.
Nominated by President Biden as Federal Communications Commissioner, Sohn understands the real reason net neutrality is necessary.
Lawmakers chastised the companies for providing little information in response to past committee inquiries.