Content tagged with Fixed Wireless Access
posted in February 2022
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Starry expands its affordable Internet service to HACLA's Avalon Gardens
Industry Announcements  
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
Broadband World News  
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
Broadband World News  
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.




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