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In this week’s #TechTuesday with CTO Tom, he explains what LTE Advanced is and how all users will benefit. To learn more about LTE Advanced, which is a part of LTE Unlicensed, please visit: http://ctia.it/1Ji1jP1
Glenn Lurie, AT&T Mobility President and CEO, will be a Super Mobility 2015 keynote speaker. Lurie will discuss the future of the industry, IoT, security and what’s next in mobile. Visit www.ctiasupermobility2015.com for more information.
You hear a lot about spectrum, but what is it exactly? And why is CTIA leading the charge to get more of it for wireless companies? In this week’s #TechTuesday with CTO Tom, he explains what what spectrum is and why it’s important to all Americans. Citation for Tom’s video: Every minute, Americans: Use 7.7 […]
After the FCC released its blog post on the 600 MHz Incentive Auction, I said: “We appreciate the FCC’s release of an updated roadmap on next steps in the development of the 600 MHz Incentive Auction. As the FCC finalizes its timeline for this first-of-its-kind auction, we urge the Commission to conduct multiple mock auctions […]
More than 98 percent of Americans have access to 4G LTE, but what’s next? In this week’s Tech Tuesday with CTO Tom, he explains what 5G is, how it benefits consumers and what the wireless companies need so it becomes a reality.
Remote access to health monitoring and healthcare holds great potential value. Despite “healthy” regulatory hurdles, there are some exciting new products and services, and more ahead. Check out the schedule and learn more by visiting our website. We’ll see you September 9, 10 & 11 in Las Vegas!
From 5G & next gen networks to microcells, MBMS to security, the foundational fabric of wireless—present and future—will be on display and up for debate. CTIA Super Mobility, the Western Hemisphere’s largest, most influential forum on mobile innovation, you’ll not only take advantage of features like targeted education, after-hours networking events, the Tower & Small […]
CTIA Super Mobility 2015 has you covered for everything you need to know NOW about cybersecurity and privacy. In advanced security and privacy sessions, experts share up-to-the-minute knowledge on securing your system against breaches, building privacy protections into products and services, de-identifying data to protect subject privacy and much more. Check out the schedule and […]
With more devices than Americans, we love our mobile devices because they are convenient and provide anytime, anywhere access to everything. In today’s inaugural Tech Tuesday with CTO Tom Sawanobori, he takes a quick look at what happens behind-the-scenes that turned America into a mobile-first society that enjoys fast 4G LTE networks. Citations for Tom’s […]
No matter how advanced your technology or how innovative your product/service is, unless you have a thorough grasp of how government policy relates to mobile, you’re taking unnecessary risks. Through wide-ranging overviews, deep dives into specific issues and interaction with Washington insiders, you’ll be ahead of your competitors by knowing what’s happening in D.C. Check […]
Consumers are demanding technology that connects them, and in the process, virtually disappears. Nowhere, perhaps, is this more needed than in the car. Come hear about the future plans of some of the key players. Check out the schedule and learn more by visiting our website.We’ll see you September 9, 10 & 11 in Las […]
CTIA Super Mobility 2015 encompasses every aspect of portable technology. This CTIA-powered trade event is home to the full contingent of vertical markets that make up the connected life—an inspiring convergence of dozens of co-located industry shows that represent the newest mobile innovations for business, home, networks, retail, health, auto, media and money. The event […]
CTIA Statement on the FCC’s Adoption of Eleventh Section 706 NOI on Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Services
Following the FCC’s Adoption of Eleventh Section 706 NOI on Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Services, I said: “We look forward to participating in the FCC’s upcoming Section 706 Inquiry into the deployment of broadband services. The U.S. leads the world in deployment of 4G LTE services, and by any measure, deployment of mobile broadband is ‘reasonable […]
CTIA Statement on the FCC’s Adoption of 600 MHz Incentive Auction Procedures Public Notice and Unlicensed Operations in TV Bands and 600 MHz Band Order
Following the FCC’s Adoption of 600 MHz Incentive Auction Procedures Public Notice and Unlicensed Operations in TV Bands and 600 MHz Band Order, I said: “CTIA has long championed the 600 MHz Incentive Auction. It provides a critical opportunity to sustain America’s 4G LTE leadership in mobile broadband and meet the projected six-fold increase in consumer […]
This week, we witnessed a clear consensus emerge on an issue critical for America’s continued economic growth and leadership: our country’s spectrum policy. Our ability to remain the global leader in wireless depends on our ability to free up spectrum – specifically 350 MHz of licensed spectrum. That’s why it was so heartening to see […]
CTIA Statement After Filing a Joint Brief on the Open Internet to the U.S. Court of Appeals in the D.C. Circuit
After filing a joint brief on the Open Internet to the U.S. Court of Appeals in the D.C. Circuit, I said: “America’s global mobile leadership is at risk under the FCC’s heavy-handed net neutrality rules on wireless broadband. There is no question: wireless is different. Due to the technical realities of wireless networks, providers must […]
In response to the letter from U.S. Senators Schatz, Blumenthal, Udall, Markey, Cantwell and McCaskill to FCC Chairman Wheeler on LTE-U, I said: “The cable industry’s continued efforts to inhibit the roll out of new wireless services that could help deliver consumers better service and new Internet of Things offerings is disappointing. LTE-U is pro-consumer […]
Americans are use wireless in new innovative ways, which means more data over wireless networks. In order to meet Americans’ growing demand by 2020, we need more than 350 megahertz of licensed spectrum. #MoreSpectrum will help America remain the global leader in wireless. Learn why spectrum is important to you by visiting our website.
After the FCC Enforcement Bureau field office closures, I said: “Spectrum management and protection against interference have been core FCC roles since its creation in 1934. Today, these roles are more important than ever. Consumers value wireless services and carriers invest based on an expectation of no harmful interference. The Field Offices play a vital role in […]
This week, the record in the FCC’s Mobile Wireless Competition Report proceeding officially closes and it is an opportune time to take stock of a wireless marketplace that produces services and devices so compelling that 89% of Americans use them multiple times every day. After reviewing the initial round of comments, the facts speak for […]