An analysis of FCC Daily Digest: Barriers to Entry for Wireless Network Creation Start to Mount by GLG Expert Contributor. Noreen Rucinski, Peter Radizeski and Hunter Newby respond on Techistan
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Regulatory 2.0, Regulation for Broadband World with 4G Wireless Evolution in Miami Feb. 4th, 2010. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski pursues goal of ubiquitous broadband access to open Internet.
Last Thursday, the USA FCC (Federal Communications Commission) shared information online about something the Techistan VP’s husband Michael will love, a Sprint-branded case called the ZTE Peel 3200 that converts an iPod Touch into a Sprint VoIP phone. He had already been using the iPod Touch to make calls via Skype and to receive calls [...]
Another VoIP merger! Speakeasy joins with Covad Communications Company, leading national provider of IP broadband services and MegaPath Inc., leading voice, data, managed service and VPN provid
Back to the Future 1996; Hosted VoIP the New CLECs According to Vantage Communications and FonicaPBXMar 30th, 2010 | By omar shaikh | Category: Featured, Telecom
Rob Adler of Vantage Communications and Humberto of FonicaPBX met at the DIDxchange booth at CTIA Wireless 2010 in Orlando, Florida. First topic was the 32 page petition by AT&T to project all copper lines to..
The 4G revolution in wireless won’t just make Web surfing on your mobile phone faster; it could help you say good-bye to traditional cable and DSL broadband. Clearwire’s 4G WiMax service, currently the only 4G wireless service on the market, offers average download speeds between 3Mbps and 6Mbps, which are comparable with many DSL and [...]