Rhode Island, according to data compiled by Cable.co.uk, has the highest average broadband speeds of 36.7 Mbps broadband speeds.
AT&T is seeking FCC approval to shut down its wholesale Inward Service in 2018.
Can Frontier overcome the engineering and regulatory challenges of fixed wireless deployment to solve the rural broadband availability problem?
AT&T says Incompas’ proposal to the FCC to raise the broadband definition from 25/3 Mbps to 1 Gbps does not reflect actual usage patterns.
CenturyLink is making a final push to get the FCC to approve its acquisition of Level 3 Communications, with hopes of closing it later this month.
CenturyLink is seeking the FCC’s approval to conduct trials of 3.4 to 3.7 GHz fixed wireless spectrum bands.
The FCC is proposing to provide up to $76.9 million in Universal Service Fund money to restore services in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Frontier revealed it is conducting tests of how it can use fixed wireless to address the broadband availability problem in very rural areas.
FCC Chairman Pai’s unsurprising ascent to a second term has been met with open arms by telcos AT&T, CenturyLink and Frontier.
CenturyLink’s Level 3 acquisition has gotten the approval of the Department of Justice (DOJ) with conditions to divest certain fiber assets.