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Starry has solid potential, but financing needs fixing – analyst
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9/30/2022   Post a comment
Starry 'delivers a good product and generates good unit economics,' but investors will stay on sidelines until the FWA specialist resolves its long-term financing issues, MoffettNathanson says.
The Buildout: More 'GREAT' news for Spectrum, Yellowstone Fiber goes live
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9/23/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Spectrum gets millions more in 'GREAT' grants; ReConnect awards $502 million; Yellowstone Fiber live in Montana; NTIA awards $29 million for Alaskan tribes; Cajun Broadband breaks ground – and more.
How Hurricane Fiona is affecting telecom networks
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9/21/2022   Post a comment
Hurricane Fiona knocked out wireline Internet services to hundreds of thousands of subscribers in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. And the storm shut down roughly 23.5% of the cell sites in those areas, too.
California bill would let wireless in on broadband grants
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9/19/2022   Post a comment
Wireless industry is pushing California Governor Gavin Newsom to sign a bill enabling the state to award broadband grants on a 'technology-neutral basis.'
The Buildout: Tennessee awards $447M for broadband
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9/13/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Tennessee doles out $447 million; Brightspeed, Charter, and Lumos win in North Carolina; Redzone runs on ngFWA in Maine.
FWA not 'good enough' for the long term, AT&T CFO says
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9/8/2022   Post a comment
Fixed wireless access has potential in targeted instances where fiber buildouts are economically unattractive, but AT&T will continue to place big bets on fiber buildouts, says company CFO Pascal Desroches.
NTIA grants will fund 'a lot of non-fiber technology,' says Alan Davidson
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9/7/2022   Post a comment
The NTIA chief said while much funding will go to fiber, grants will fund a 'healthy mix' of broadband technology. But whether they do is up to the states.
The Divide: Tarana's CEO on why FWA isn't a 'stopgap to fiber'
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9/2/2022   Post a comment
Basil Alwan, CEO of Tarana Wireless, joins the podcast to discuss the company's unique approach to fixed wireless access and how Tarana is helping WISPs in the US and abroad close the digital divide.
FCC approves RDOF spending with FWA providers Starry, Nextlink, others
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9/1/2022   Post a comment
Nextlink Internet, Starry, GeoLinks, GigaBeam Networks and Anthem Broadband are among the fixed wireless Internet providers getting approvals from the FCC.
The Buildout: Charter, Comcast get millions in Alabama, NTIA awards $280M to tribes, Vexus in Texas
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8/29/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Charter, Comcast get millions in Alabama; NTIA awards $280 million for tribal networks; TDS construction in Idaho; Brightspeed's plans for Illinois and Michigan; and more.
Ad watchdog shoots down T-Mobile's home Internet price claims
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8/19/2022   Post a comment
Following a complaint lodged by Charter, T-Mobile will discontinue claims that its fixed wireless access service allows consumers to 'save up to 50% vs. the National FCC Broadband Rate Benchmark.'
The Buildout: Kinetic in Kentucky, Meta's Cleveland collab, Charter completes $3M CARES Act build
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8/17/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Charter goes live with RDOF and CARES Act builds; Meta supports DigitalC's fixed-wireless service; Cisco gets in on Neighborhood Wi-Fi; Kinetic and Conexon build in Kentucky; Brightspeed in Arkansas; Glo Fiber in Pennsylvania.
Starry kicks off personalized broadband effort with 'Upload Boost' trial
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8/16/2022   Post a comment
Starry COO Alex Moulle-Berteaux says the initial trial, focused on the company's 200-Meg/100-Meg speed tier, will eventually be expanded to bring symmetrical speeds to Starry's premium broadband plans.
US cable broadband thrown for a loss, for the first time, in Q2
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8/15/2022   Post a comment
Top US cable operators swung to a first-ever loss of broadband subs in Q2 2022. Alongside that loss of 60,000 subs, fixed wireless providers gained more than 800,000 customers in the period, according to LRG.
FCC commissioner 'surprised' to learn of Starlink RDOF rejection
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8/11/2022   Post a comment
The FCC denied RDOF awards for Starlink and LTD, prompting cheers from the fiber industry and jeers from a fellow FCC commissioner, who said he learned the news while 'on a work trip.'
Starry seeks paths to bridge its funding gap
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8/10/2022   Post a comment
Starry, a fixed wireless operator that expects to end 2022 with over 100,000 subscribers, is 'exploring a combination of debt, equity and other financing vehicles' to get to break-even, CEO Chet Kanojia says.
The Buildout: Charter, Windstream win in North Carolina, Comcast gets $10M in Baltimore, Lumen launches 8 Gbit/s
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8/5/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Charter and Windstream win in North Carolina; Comcast gets $10 million in Maryland; Lumen launches 8 Gbit/s; Internet Society awards EPIC grants. Plus construction and launches from Fidium Fiber, Brightspeed, Metronet and more.
The Divide: WISPs are the digital divide's 'first responders,' says new WISPA CEO
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8/4/2022   Post a comment
David Zumwalt, CEO of WISPA, joins the podcast to discuss how fixed wireless providers are tackling the digital divide. We also get into WISPA's take on federal funding rules, unlicensed spectrum and why Zumwalt calls the FCC's broadband mapping effort 'an area of great concern.'
The Buildout: Charter nets millions in Louisiana, Consolidated goes to Washington, and more
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7/28/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Starry goes to Vegas; USDA doles out $401M; Florida co-op enlists Conexon; AT&T, Comcast, Charter get GUMBO grants; Consolidated's construction in Ellensburg, Washington; Metronet declares Greencastle a 'gigabit city'; Brightspeed's plans for Pennsylvania.
BEAD's high-cost threshold 'key area' of concern for fiber advocates
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7/27/2022   Post a comment
While NTIA's notice of funding opportunity prioritizes fiber builds for those applying for BEAD grants, a 'high-cost threshold' exception has been a point of concern for fiber advocates.
FCC proposes $2.3M fine for LTD's defaulted RDOF bids
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7/25/2022   Post a comment
The FCC proposed over $4 million in fines against defaulted RDOF applicants, with $2.3 million of those fines for the auction's largest bidder, LTD Broadband.
Mediacom adds Samsung to the fixed wireless mix
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7/22/2022   Post a comment
After deals with Ericsson and Casa Systems, Mediacom selects Samsung to help power an expanding CBRS network used to provide broadband in rural locations.
LTD Broadband may lose RDOF funding in Minnesota
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7/21/2022   Post a comment
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission ordered an investigation into LTD's status as an eligible telecommunications carrier (ETC), putting more of its RDOF dollars at risk.
The Build Out: Mercury Broadband gets $62M through RDOF for Midwest build
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7/19/2022   Post a comment
This week in broadband builds: Mercury Broadband's RDOF plans; Spectrum live in Dona Ana; SiFi, Google Fiber to build Mesa open access network; Fidium live in Concord; Brightspeed's Missouri build.
Starry adds record subs in Q2 as total nears 81,000
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7/18/2022   Post a comment
CEO Chet Kanojia says the fixed wireless broadband specialist is close to announcing a new expansion market that will come online later this year.
ISPs, consumer advocates disagree on 'digital discrimination'
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7/11/2022   Post a comment
In public comments filed to the FCC, ISPs and consumer advocates disagreed over how to address 'digital discrimination' and whether or not it exists.
The Divide: Vistabeam's Matt Larsen on the reliability of wireless and pitfalls of federal funding
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7/8/2022   Post a comment
Matt Larsen, CEO of Vistabeam, joins the podcast to discuss the role of fixed wireless in reaching unserved populations and how more federal funding to close the digital divide could have the opposite impact.
'Completely backwards.' Skeptics fret over federal broadband map
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7/6/2022   Post a comment
The FCC opened its broadband data collection system to service providers. But some are worried the lengthy mapping process will leave behind those who need service the most.
Here are seven questions dogging the FCC's broadband 'nutrition labels'
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6/29/2022   Post a comment
The FCC wants broadband providers to display easy-to-understand labels to allow consumers to comparison shop for broadband services. But creating broadband labels isn't straightforward.
Skywire Networks partners with Connectbase
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6/23/2022   Post a comment
Skywire Networks joins The Connected World, Connectbase's platform for connectivity buyers and sellers. #pressrelease
LTD bails on RDOF buildout in California
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6/22/2022   Post a comment
LTD was the big winner in the FCC's RDOF program. But 18 months later, the company still has not received any money through the effort. Now, it is exiting the California market.
WISPs freak over guidelines that may exclude FWA in unlicensed spectrum
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6/20/2022   Post a comment
'Unlicensed spectrum remains a critical tool for closing the digital divide. Removing it from the proverbial toolkit will mean fewer providers at the table,' argued wireless Internet provider Nextlink.
Shentel expanding Glo Fiber network to Delaware
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6/16/2022   Post a comment
Expansion will bring Internet speeds up to 2 Gbit/s to Sussex County, Delaware. #pressrelease
Fastbridge Fiber to bring broadband to Pennsylvania residents, businesses
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6/16/2022   Post a comment
Includes fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) in areas within Berks County, Pennsylvania. #pressrelease
Brightspeed announces initial fiber build markets for Texas
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6/15/2022   Post a comment
Advanced FTTP network to reach over 120,000 potential customers in Texas by end of 2023. #pressrelease
Virginia's broadband director on using BEAD funding to close the digital divide
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6/14/2022   Post a comment
Dr. Tamarah Holmes, director of the office of broadband for the state of Virginia, discusses how the state has ramped up broadband infrastructure investments over the years, its work on broadband mapping and how forthcoming BEAD funding can help the state expand its efforts to close the digital divide.
Fiber optic connectors industry to reach $7.7B by 2027 – report
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6/14/2022   Post a comment
Market estimated to be $5.01 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach $7.78 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 9.2%. #pressrelease
Alyrica to bring FWA to Oregon's rural Polk County with Tarana's G1 platform
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6/14/2022   Post a comment
Alyrica awarded $795,000 in local grant and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to deploy Tarana's G1 platform. #pressrelease
NTIA chief defends broadband rules in Senate hearing
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6/10/2022   Post a comment
Broadband rules also drew criticism from the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) which called NTIA's fiber focus 'contrary to Congress' tech-neutral design' of the infrastructure law.
The Divide: WeLink's John Paul Farmer on bringing affordable broadband to cities
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5/27/2022   Post a comment
John Paul Farmer, chief innovation officer at WeLink Cities, and former CTO of New York City, joins the podcast to discuss the fixed wireless technology WeLink is using to deploy broadband and the company's new $100 million Cities Challenge.
FWA is not a short-term play, Verizon CFO says
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5/25/2022   Post a comment
Verizon has a path to adding spectrum to fixed wireless services as the connectivity and capacity needs of residential and business customers expand and evolve, Verizon's Matt Ellis says.
WeLink and Washington, DC, announce broadband partnership
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5/16/2022   Post a comment
WeLink is also announcing the Cities Challenge to invest up to $100 million of private capital in deploying the company's turnkey solution in low-income communities across the country. #pressrelease
Starry posts customer growth, but waffles on some 2022 targets
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5/13/2022   Post a comment
Starry gained 8,000 fixed wireless customers during the first quarter of 2022. But the company backtracked on its EBITDA hopes for full-year 2022, as well as its plans to launch multiple new markets during the rest of 2022.
Where does cable go from here?
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5/11/2022   Post a comment
Bulls and bears are sizing up cable's future. Analysts say the 'cable broadband growth era is over' – others see opportunities with wireless the 'next leg of growth.'
White House touts ISP commitments to increase affordable access
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5/9/2022   Post a comment
But consumer advocacy group Free Press argues that some of the broadband providers on that list are the same ones 'sabotaging President Biden's FCC.'
T-Mobile launches Internet Freedom for broadband customers
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5/4/2022   Post a comment
Company also expands Business Internet nationwide. #pressrelease
Tachus boasts fastest median download speed in Houston region – report
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5/4/2022   Post a comment
Tachus achieved a median download score of 243 Mbit/s, according to Ookla's First Quarter 2022 Speedtest report. #pressrelease
WISPA hires David Zumwalt as new President and CEO
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5/4/2022   Post a comment
Zumwalt previously served as chief operating officer of Broadband VI, an ISP in the US Virgin Islands. #pressrelease
Utopia Fiber shares updates on projects from California to Idaho
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5/4/2022   Post a comment
Shares details on Golden State Connect Authority partnership, more. #pressrelease
Verizon's big fixed wireless gains mask slowing wireline broadband growth
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4/25/2022   Post a comment
Verizon added 194,000 FWA subs in Q1, handily beating analyst estimates. But wireline broadband growth is slowing. With DSL losses included, Verizon added 37,000 wireline broadband subs in Q1, down from a year-ago gain of 66,000.
In expanding FWA, Inland Cellular remains unafraid to try new things
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4/20/2022   Post a comment
Inland Cellular rose to prominence with one of the only open RAN deployments in the US. Now the company is moving forward with a test of Meta's Terragraph technology in the 60GHz band.
Senators to Rosenworcel: Communities need clarity on RDOF
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4/19/2022   Post a comment
Senators requested updates on the FCC's efforts to default ineligible bids, how they're collaborating on broadband funding across agencies and how rejected funds will be redistributed.
Verizon, T-Mobile score bragging rights for fixed, mobile data speeds
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4/19/2022   Post a comment
Ookla's Speedtest report for Q1 2022 found that Verizon delivered the fastest and most consistent fixed broadband speeds, while T-Mobile took the top spot for mobile.
Tarana CEO Basil Alwan: Making WTF moments in FWA
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4/18/2022   Post a comment
Tarana Wireless CEO Basil Alwan shares how his company, now worth more than $1 billion, has moved beyond small cell backhaul to helping service providers provide real broadband, all over the globe.
Consumer panel raises idea of 'consistency score' for broadband labels
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4/14/2022   Post a comment
A recent hearing on the FCC's broadband nutrition labels showed that consumers may need more context around speed and uptime in order to make informed purchasing decisions.
FWA market to grow by 2.3M customers in 2022 – analysts
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4/12/2022   Post a comment
Broadly, the Cowen analysts predict Verizon, T-Mobile, Starry and other FWA providers will collectively add almost 2.3 million new customers during the course of 2022.
Starry names Ben Barrett as VP and head of investor relations
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4/11/2022   Post a comment
Barrett joins the newly public company, leading investor relations for the licensed fixed wireless broadband provider.
The Divide: State Rep. Deb Ruggiero on fighting for broadband in Rhode Island
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4/7/2022   Post a comment
Rhode Island State Rep. Deb Ruggiero joins the podcast to discuss the state's broadband needs and why she is trying to pass a bill to establish a broadband advisory council.
'Huge opportunity' – Shentel, TDS talk fiber builds, federal funds
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4/1/2022   Post a comment
On a panel this week, execs from the telecommunications companies discussed their network deployment and upgrade plans, which involve federal funding and a firm focus on fiber.
Starry CEO: Get ready for personalized broadband
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3/30/2022   Post a comment
Speeds and feeds are heading the hype in US broadband's multi-gig era, but Starry CEO Chet Kanojia believes a focus on 'consistent' latency and speeds more tailored to how specific customers use the Internet will help the company differentiate.
T-Mobile increases access to 5G home Internet across the South
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3/30/2022   Post a comment
5G home Internet coming to millions of homes in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
The Divide: Clearfield's Cheri Beranek on explosive fiber demand and building heterogenous networks
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3/30/2022   Post a comment
This week: Cheri Beranek, CEO of Clearfield, on the state of the fiber industry and the supply chain's impact on broadband deployments, why she supports heterogeneous networks, the company's efforts in workforce training and more.
Starry debuts on New York Stock Exchange
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3/29/2022   Post a comment
Fixed wireless technology developer and Internet service provider today became a publicly listed company.
Starry nears its NYSE debut
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3/28/2022   Post a comment
Fixed wireless specialist will begin trading under the 'STRY' ticker on Tuesday following SPAC deal with FirstMark Horizon. Amid an ambitious expansion plan, Starry ended 2021 with 63,230 subscribers.
Althea expands broadband coverage to Tacoma, Washington
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3/25/2022   Post a comment
Founded in 2017, Althea's mission is rooted in the belief that affordable broadband connectivity is a fundamental right.
WeLink expands leadership team, plots growth
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3/25/2022   Post a comment
John Paul Farmer is one of a handful of new executives at fixed wireless startup WeLink, which hopes to expand its services to more cities using government funding.
NBN's fixed wireless access, satellite networks get $555M boost
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3/23/2022   Post a comment
The Australian federal government says it will tip a further A$480 million into the national broadband project, with NBN Co. adding another A$270 million.
Starry to bring affordable broadband to Caritas Communities
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3/23/2022   Post a comment
Starry is bringing low- and no-cost broadband options to Caritas Communities, a nonprofit organization providing affordable housing to Boston residents facing homelessness.
Tarana Wireless raises $170M
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3/23/2022   Post a comment
Round co-led by Axon Capital, Khosla Ventures and Prime Movers Lab at $1 billion valuation.
Industry weighs in on FCC broadband nutrition labels
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3/15/2022   Post a comment
With the public comment period on the FCC's broadband nutrition label rules wrapped up, here are some takeaways from the industry's input on how they may be written.
AT&T expands 'Hyper-Gig' fiber offering
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3/10/2022   Post a comment
Further densification and fiber expansion to continue, including all-new metro areas.
The Divide: Sacred Wind's John Badal on bringing broadband to Navajo Nation
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3/10/2022   Post a comment
This week: John Badal, founder and CEO of Sacred Wind Communications, on how his company is closing the digital divide on Navajo lands in rural New Mexico.
Infinet Wireless increases coverage across Jalisco, Mexico
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3/10/2022   Post a comment
The State of Jalisco in Mexico increased the connectivity coverage in 125 municipalities with the help of Infinet Wireless technology.
Starry, FirstMark announce non-redemption agreements
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3/10/2022   Post a comment
Starry and FirstMark Horizon Acquisition Corp. announce non-redemption agreements executed with two accredited investors.
FWA provider WeLink expands leadership team
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3/8/2022   Post a comment
Mark Trout, formerly of Accenture, eBay and Vivint Solar; and Brendan Smith, formerly of Sunrun, join WeLink to support expansion and growth.
FWA nabbed 38% of broadband share in Q4 as possible 'fiber bubble' forms
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3/7/2022   Post a comment
Recent fixed wireless subscriber growth from T-Mobile and Verizon has grabbed the broadband spotlight, but MoffettNathanson's Craig Moffett wonders if an influx of fiber projects will end up paying off.
Former NYC CTO now president of WeLink Cities
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3/4/2022   Post a comment
John Paul Farmer has joined the fixed wireless company WeLink as chief innovation officer and president of WeLink Cities.
The Divide: What Starry has learned about connecting low-income communities
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3/2/2022   Post a comment
This week: Virginia Lam Abrams, co-founder and SVP of government affairs and strategic advancement at Starry, returns to the podcast to discuss updates on the fixed wireless provider's Starry Connect program for affordable and public housing developments, and how federal subsidies are helping some Starry customers get broadband at no cost.
Starry expands its affordable Internet service to HACLA's Avalon Gardens
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2/18/2022   Post a comment
Starry's expansion to Avalon Gardens is part of its collaboration with Microsoft's Airband Initiative, to accelerate the availability of low-cost broadband access in public housing.
T-Mobile expands 5G Home Internet across Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio
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2/16/2022   Post a comment
T-Mobile is leveraging its 5G network to unlock more access to affordable, reliable broadband in 62 cities and towns across Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.
Here's what's changed for ISPs under new FCC rules for apartments
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2/15/2022   Post a comment
The new rules ban revenue-sharing agreements for ISPs and multi-tenant environments, require disclosure of exclusive marketing arrangements and close loopholes with indoor cable wiring regulations.
T-Mobile's fixed wireless service reach holds edge over Verizon – study
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2/15/2022   Post a comment
Cable and fiber broadband hold clear performance advantages, but fixed wireless is expected to make up 45% of broadband adds in 2022, and up to 55% thereafter, ISI Evercore predicts.
WISPA CEO to step down
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2/9/2022   Post a comment
Claude Aiken will remain at the helm until April 30, 2022.
Starry announces participation in FCC's Affordable Connectivity Program
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2/9/2022   Post a comment
Starry was qualified as an EBB provider and will continue to offer the ACP benefit to its Starry Connect communities and other eligible households.
Fiber advocates, WISPs take their case for broadband funds to the NTIA
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2/9/2022   Post a comment
In comments on the NTIA's $42.45 billion BEAD grant program, fiber and fixed wireless industry advocates pitched their interpretation of how best to use the funding to reach the infrastructure law's goals.
Despite being 'constantly poor,' Starry shoots for substantial growth
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1/24/2022   Post a comment
The fixed wireless startup shifted all of its manufacturing to the US last year amid global supply chain woes. 'It's turning out to be a good offensive strategy,' said CEO Chet Kanojia.
T-Mobile and Verizon's fixed wireless aggression doesn't add up – analyst
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1/12/2022   Post a comment
MoffettNathanson questions whether mobile operators will have the network capacity and the right business metrics to back their aggressive stance and forecasts for fixed wireless home broadband.
Kwikbit to expand wireless broadband across six states
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1/4/2022   Post a comment
Deployments set for Texas, Louisiana, Michigan and throughout California in Q1 2022.
What we learned about the digital divide this year
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12/30/2021   Post a comment
Key takeaways on industry infighting, muni networks, maps and more from 42 episodes of The Divide podcast.
Rural broadband report talks up fiber, funding and supply constraints
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12/23/2021   Post a comment
Here are five of the most interesting things from the NTCA's recent survey and report on broadband availability in rural America.
Verizon's mmWave 5G deployment continues to polarize
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12/17/2021   Post a comment
Verizon's mmWave 5G network, part of its home broadband strategy, is either meeting its 'intended purpose' or faces 'low success' in achieving significant profitability, depending on which study you read.
The 'full fiber' vs. 'tech neutral' debate heats up in US
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12/16/2021   Post a comment
Industry groups and policy advocates alike are sharpening their arguments for which technologies should be involved in closing the US digital divide.
Here's what the industry wants from the FCC's Affordable Connectivity Program
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12/15/2021   Post a comment
In public FCC filings, industry groups and ISPs provided input for how the new affordability subsidy, funded through the infrastructure bill, should be implemented and structured.
Duck River Electric joins Project Unite to speed broadband deployment in Tennessee
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12/10/2021   Post a comment
Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) and United Communications are collaborating to expand broadband access to underserved areas across Middle Tennessee.
Starry now deploying network tech in 24GHz band
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12/9/2021   Post a comment
Starry is now manufacturing and deploying its next-generation network technology for use in the 24GHz band.
Frontier quietly looks to expand CBRS fixed wireless biz
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12/2/2021   Post a comment
'In some cases, we use fixed wireless technology to deliver broadband to a small portion of our customer base in rural communities,' the company acknowledged in response to questions.
What's the story? The $22 billion Andromeda spectrum auction
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11/29/2021   Post a comment
On this episode, we talk with Light Reading's Mike Dano about all things spectrum auctions, including the 'Andromeda' auction, which just wrapped up with $22 billion in bids. We also get into broadband mapping and how spectrum could be used to tackle the digital divide.
Wireless industry report says 5G FWA could connect 43% of rural US
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11/23/2021   Post a comment
A new industry report from Accenture, commissioned by CTIA, the wireless industry association, makes the case for serving the rural US with fixed wireless, noting that with billions available for broadband, it's 'key to acknowledge that 5G FWA is a future-proof technology.'
Fixed wireless, LEO satellite broadband best suited for unserved and underserved areas – study
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11/22/2021   Post a comment
Performance data from Comlinkdata/Tutela indicate that T-Mobile Home Broadband and Starlink are as good as VDSL, stomp on DSL, but generally fall short of terrestrial HFC and fiber services.
5G FWA could serve nearly half of US rural households – study
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11/18/2021   Post a comment
5G FWA services could serve 8.4 million rural households with a 'future-proof,' rapidly deployable and cost-effective high-speed broadband option, says Accenture study commissioned by CTIA.




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As we have for the past two years, Light Reading will present our Cable Next-Gen Europe conference as a free digital symposium on June 21.
Charter has sparked RDOF work in all 24 states where it won bids. The cable op booked about $19 million in RDOF revenues in Q1, and expects to have about $9 million per month come in over the next ten years.
As we have for the past two years, Light Reading will stage the Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies conference as a free digital event over two half-days in mid-March.
Launch of 2-Gig and 5-Gig FTTP tiers in 70-plus markets puts more pressure on cable ops to enhance their existing DOCSIS 3.1 network or accelerate their upgrade activity centered on the new DOCSIS 4.0 specs.
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