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The Smartest Buoy in the Bay

For more than 300 years catching fish, oysters and the famous Chesapeake Blue Crab has been a major economic driver for many Maryland residents. By using wireless interpretive buoys, vital data and information, such as speed and direction of the currents, are being transmitted to the watermen and charter captains improving their chances of a [...]

CTIA Statement After President Obama Nominated Tom Wheeler as FCC Chairman

After President Obama nominated Tom Wheeler as Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman, I said: “On behalf of the wireless industry, we congratulate Tom on today’s announcement. Tom has a deep understanding of communications issues, a passion for hard work and creative thinking, a diverse background that spans the realm of the Internet world and a [...]

CTIA Statement After FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s Announcement

In response to today’s announcement by FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, I said: “I want to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for Chairman Genachowski’s leadership at the FCC. Julius was instrumental in overseeing the National Broadband Plan and has been a strong voice on spectrum issues and acceleration of broadband infrastructure deployment so that consumers may [...]

CTIA Statement on FCC Chairman Genachowski’s Letter to NTIA Assistant Secretary Strickling on Spectrum Bands

In response to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s letter to NTIA Assistant Secretary Larry Strickling on auctioning 1755-1780 MHz band and 1695 to 1710 MHz band, I said: “We are pleased to see that Chairman Genachowski has sent a letter to Assistant Secretary Strickling identifying two important bands for auction. The 1755 to 1780 MHz band [...]

Putting Together the Pieces of the Spectrum Act Puzzle

When you sit down to solve a puzzle, some look for the center piece, while others like to start from the edges.  When it comes to solving the spectrum puzzle, the Federal Communications Commission, Congress and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) have rightly focused on some of the most important – and central [...]

How to Actually Get Americans Online

This morning, my letter to the editor to The New York Times was published. With the word restrictions, I didn’t have an opportunity to show some of the ways that Ms. Crawford’s opinion piece missed the mark, so I thought I’d write this blog post. In her opinion on how to get broadband access to [...]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s Opening of a Proceeding on CTIA’s Temporary Towers Petition for Rulemaking and the Broadband Acceleration Initiative Actions

In response to the FCC’s opening of a proceeding on CTIA’s Temporary Towers Petition for Rulemaking and the Broadband Acceleration Initiative Actions, I said: “CTIA welcomes today’s actions that set in motion key initiatives to streamline and expedite wireless infrastructure siting. CTIA is particularly pleased that the Commission has formally opened a proceeding on a Petition [...]

CTIA Statement on House Intelligence Committee Chairman Roger’s Comments on FCC Commissioners’ Testimony

After Chairman of the Intelligence Committee and a senior member of the Energy and Commerce Committee Mike Rogers (R-MI-08) issued a statement on the FCC Commissioners’ testimony, I said: “We commend House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers for urging the Department of Defense, NTIA and the FCC to work together to free the unused and [...]

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