The FCC today acted to remove barriers to wireless infrastructure deployment by determining that replacement utility poles that have no potential effect on historic properties do not need to complete historic preservation review.
The following statement is attributed to Heather Burnett Gold, President and CEO of the Fiber Broadband Association regarding the upcoming FCC vote on pole attachment and deployment rules:
NEW YORK – Today the Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer released a Request for Information (RFI) to gather input from industry experts to inform the City's implementation plan for universal broadband. Universal broadband refers to the City’s goal to connect every resident and business wi
In our Reply Comments, we urged the FCC to adopt NCTA’s proposal that the FCC view its duties under Section 706 by “monitoring the progress of broadband deployment in the United States.”
Two bipartisan broadband bills have been introduced in Congress this week, demonstrating a Congressional commitment to working together to improve broadband access in the United States...