Archive for the ‘Broadband’ Category
Today, CTIA submitted a letter to the FCC highlighting the investment, innovation and dynamism that pervades the U.S. market. This update demonstrates that the U.S. wireless industry continues to lead the world in 4G LTE investment and network deployment, while providing consumers with unparalleled choice and value. The facts submitted reinforce again that the U.S. [...]
After Greenhill & Co. released its report on the 600 MHz Incentive Auction, I issued the following statement: “CTIA is encouraged by the release of the Greenhill Report, which is another important step toward meeting consumer demands for mobile broadband access via the Incentive Auction proceeding. As we transition from a policy issue to a [...]
I released the following statement today: “CTIA is encouraged by the FCC’s adoption of three additional incentive auction-related items at today’s open meeting. Countless studies and bipartisan policymakers recognize the need for additional spectrum to meet growing consumer demand and the integration of mobile broadband into important sectors of our economy, including education, health and [...]
CTIA Statement After the FCC and NTIA Release Coordination Procedures for 1755-1780, 1695-1710 MHz Bands
After the FCC and the NTIA released coordination procedures for the 1755-1780 and 1695-1710 MHz bands, I said: “CTIA is pleased that the FCC and NTIA have released coordination procedures for the 1755-1780 and 1695-1710 MHz bands. Maximizing information for prospective bidders, and maximizing timely access for AWS-3 licenses will be essential to ensuring that [...]
In response to the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) releasing its 500 MHz Progress Report, I said: “We strongly applaud the efforts of NTIA, the FCC and federal agencies to free up key spectrum bands, such as the 1755-1780 MHz band, which will be made available for auction in November. NTIA and the FCC play [...]
From a camera in the refrigerator to a countertop that projects recipes, Siemens’ connected kitchen uses wireless to connect consumers with their kitchens anytime and anywhere through their mobile devices. By having these smart appliances share information with one another, users can build shopping lists and receive recommended recipes based on what’s in the refrigerator.
Cars are starting to connect to the wireless network. From choosing your kids’ movie options in the backseat to personalizing your music and maps, Deutsche Telekom’s LTE Connected Car system gives the driver more control when on the road.
From inside your home to inside your car, the Internet of Things is already helping consumers keep track of their appliances, utilities and health. Daniel Obodovski, managing partner at DND Ventures, LLC and the author of “The Silent Intelligence: The Internet of Things,” talks about the benefits of M2M communication and how this technological trend [...]