FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr
Chairman Pai: "The report maintains the same benchmark speed for fixed broadband service previously adopted by the Commission, which we earlier proposed to retain: 25 Mbps download/3 Mbps upload.
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr visited a community health care clinic in rural Laurel Fork (VA) where he announced that the FCC will be voting at its July 10th meeting to advance a $100 million Connected Care Pilot Program.
This year’s Section 706 report contains more good news for American leadership in 5G. The FCC’s policies are working. Internet speeds in the U.S. have never been faster: they’re up nearly 40%.
I support the combination of T-Mobile and Sprint because Americans across the country will see more competition and an accelerated buildout of fast, 5G services.
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr visited the Tower Installation Program at Aiken Technical College, which provides the practical and classroom training that enables workers to find jobs as tower climbers.
At the Federal Communications Commission, we’re working to be good partners for broadband builders like you [Wireless internet service providers].
I want to provide an update on the significant progress we’ve made in the US to update our infrastructure rules.
For America to win the race to 5G, we must invigorate the free market by empowering our tower crews.
Instead of embracing 5G, San Jose (CA) Mayor Sam Liccardo taxed it. Beginning in 2015, the city sought up to $3,500 per year per small cell.
Spending time like this outside of DC—hearing directly from community leaders and broadband providers alike—is critical.