AT&T

Failing to Pass the Straight-Face Test

Sept 12, AT&T filed comments with the Office of Management and Budget on the Federal Communications Commission’s woefully deficient analysis of the burdens associated with the so-called enhanced transparency requirements adopted in the 2015 Op

Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics

Over the past several months, the Federal Communications Commission – first through its hired economist, and later through Staff – has released over 100 regressions that purport to analyze the data the Commission has collected about the Business D

Broadband Investment: Not for the Faint of Heart

Building reliable, ubiquitous high-speed broadband connectivity is tough. It takes an enormous commitment of capital and resources and a highly-skilled and capable work force. Yet AT&T has been at it for over 140 years.

Facts not Fiat

AT&T filed its response to a July 27 Notice of Apparent Liability (NAL) issued by the Federal Communications Commission for alleged violations of the lowest corresponding price (LCP) requirements of the E-rate program.

A Return to Permission-Less Innovation

The latest chapter of the Wi-Fi vs.

The BDS Facts Speak for Themselves

The Federal Communications Commission has spent the last year analyzing the data submitted in the Business Data Services proceeding to understand what is driving the BDS marketplace.

Drones Taking Our Network to New Height

Imagine you’re at a concert watching your favorite band, and out of the corner of your eye you notice a tethered drone hovering nearby. But this drone isn’t taking photos or videos of the band.

TechGirls: My Day with the next generation of innovators

For the past two years, I’ve had the privilege to host TechGirls -- an international exchange program for girls from the Middle East and North Africa -- at AT&T’s office in DC for a day of job-shadowing.

The Roaming Marketplace is Working

T-Mobile, which advertises itself as the “un-carrier,” has asked the Federal Communications Commission to “un-do” its data roaming rules, which were established in 2011 to facilitate reasonable data roaming arrangements while continuing to incent

‘911’ Location Accuracy: Getting Dispatchable Addresses

TruePosition recently commissioned and produced a test report purporting to show that its proprietary technology can meet the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed benchmarks for locating wireless 911 callers horizontally and vertically ind