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Can Frontier overcome the engineering and regulatory challenges of fixed wireless deployment to solve the rural broadband availability problem?
Frontier revealed it is conducting tests of how it can use fixed wireless to address the broadband availability problem in very rural areas.
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Westell’s Communications Network Segment (CNS) revenues grew 41% on strong sales for CAF-II projects and C-RAN.
Westell has named Matthew Brady as the company’s new president and CEO.
Frontier is extending broadband to unserved residents in 25 counties throughout Ohio, leveraging funding from the FCC’s CAF-II program.
Frontier has enabled broadband service across nearly 17,000 locations in Arizona, Minnesota and New Mexico.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has formed the Rural Broadband Auctions Task Force to implement the CAF-II and MF-II auctions.
Frontier is enabling 40,000 new locations with broadband service across three states—Indiana, Illinois, and Texas.
The FCC set new rules for a “reverse auction” aimed at providing nearly $2 billion for rural broadband deployment.