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CTIA Statement on the Federal Spectrum Incentive Act

Following the reintroduction of the Federal Spectrum Incentive Act, I said: 

“CTIA welcomes the reintroduction of the Federal Spectrum Incentive Act, which is the type of forward-thinking bipartisan spectrum policy that we need to meet our nation’s commercial and government spectrum needs. The demand for additional commercial spectrum is well-documented and when federal spectrum isn’t being used or used efficiently, it makes sense to incent federal users to give it up so it can be repurposed for commercial use. The model proposed by Representatives Matsui and Guthrie and Senators Markey and Fischer can benefit resource-constrained federal agencies and encourage additional private sector investment and innovation. That’s the sort of win-win outcome that benefits everyone.”

Brightstar: Wearable Market and Users are Healthy

Brightstar’s Senior Vice President of Distribution Services Steve Barker talks about the fast growth in wearable technology and activity monitors and its positive impact on health.

CTIA Statement on the Protecting Cyber Networks Act

After the introduction of the Protecting Cyber Networks Act, I said:

“CTIA welcomes introduction of the Protecting Cyber Networks Act and we thank Chairman Nunes for taking the lead on this critical initiative. CTIA’s members remain committed to the promotion of sound cybersecurity practices and the ability to share cybersecurity threat information, with appropriate liability and privacy protections, will enhance the industry’s ability to deliver the secure, reliable connectivity American consumers and businesses rely on every day.”

HIMSS: Health Care Starts With A Conversation

Thanks to wireless technology, patients, doctors and facilities are communicating in new ways, which means better patient-outcomes says Thomas Martin, Ph.D., Director of HIMSS.

Mobile Voice and Broadband Regulatory Parity: What’s Good for the Goose Isn’t Good for the Gander

This week we are continuing our series of blog posts identifying the array of legal, factual, and historical leaps that the FCC had to make in order to impose 1930’s-style common carrier regulation on what has been – until now – the vibrant competitive wireless broadband marketplace of the 21st ...

Brightstar: mHealth Challenges and Opportunities

From changing how products are distributed and managed to creating new best practices within the health care industry, Brightstar’s Senior Vice President of Distribution Services Steve Barker talks about the challenges and opportunities for mHealth.

CTIA Statement on the Broadband Opportunity Council

Following President Obama's announcement of the Broadband Opportunity Council, I said: 

“Today, President Obama acknowledged that 98 percent of Americans have access to 4G/LTE service, further confirmation that Americans benefit from a dynamically competitive wireless industry that continuously provides consumers with faster network speeds, more coverage and more capacity. We fully support ...

Open Internet Order: A Harmful Decision Curing No Harms

In our posts earlier this week on wireless competition, switching costs and consumer-friendly mobile services, we explained how the Open Internet Order places the FCC far from its historic role as a data-driven expert agency engaged in fact-based decision making.

Today, we show how that same pattern holds ...

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