AT&T

Half a Century Later – An Alternative to Teletypewriter (TTY)

AT&T is pleased to announce the launch of a new service – Real-time Text (RTT) – that replaces teletypewriter (TTY) and brings communications for people with hearing loss and speech disabilities into the 21st Century.

Reports of the Internet’s Impending Death are Grossly Exaggerated

Over the past week, there has been a lot written about what happens to the internet assuming the Federal Communications Commission adopts the proposed order, circulated Nov 22, at its next scheduled open meeting.

The Real Debate Over The Open Internet

April 26, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he would open a proceeding to revisit the question of whether Congress directed the FCC to regulate the internet using the regulatory framework adopted in 1934 for the mo

Delivering on the Broadband Promise to All Americans

If a recent House Communications Subcommittee hearing on broadband infrastructure is any measure, there appears to be growing consensus that any new infrastructure bill should include dollars for broadband – arguably the most essential infrastruct

Maximizing Investment (and Jobs) In Broadband Networks

With so many consumers and businesses voluntarily transitioning to the newer IP-based and wireless services, the Federal Communications Commission, under the prior Administration, began a series of proceedings to examine what, if any, changes need

BDS Reform for 2017, Not 2005

As the business data services (BDS) proceeding is drawing to a close, some are still arguing for an additional delay, suggesting that resolution of this proceeding is contrary to the facts and will slow the deployment of 5G services.