The Net neutrality debate over Title II regulation – subjecting the Internet to regulations that were adopted in an era of monopolies – has largely centered on how such regulations would affect future broadband investments. ...More
The letter from 60 technology companies cited one economic study that projected wireline and wireless capital investment could plunge by between $28.1 billion and $45.4 billion if the FCC subjects the Internet to Title II regulation. ...More
A Verizon executive seemed to remind FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler that Verizon doesn’t intend to challenge the Commission’s forthcoming Net neutrality regulations if the agency bases its regulations on Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. ...More
Although the funding could help close the digital divide in the next few years, assessing whether broadband experiments are successful and economically sustainable for network providers will require more time. ...More
The most vocal arguments for and against net neutrality border on the ridiculous. Policymakers should follow the lead of FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and Senator Al Franken in trying to find a balanced solution. ...More
In a statement, the president said the FCC also should prevent ISPs from blocking websites or services, ban them from “throttling" or slowing down content, and require certain disclosures under “transparency" rules that were upheld by a federal appeals court. ...More
In the hopes of fostering the development of next-generation services, the Federal Communications Commission recently opened a notice of inquiry to examine the use of spectrum above 24 Gigahertz for mobile broadband. ...More
Software-defined data centers (SDDC) are considered by many to be the next step in the evolution of virtualization. In this video tool, Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith defines SDDC and explains what's stopping it from taking off.