What's on the agenda for policymakers.
The TAC will hear presentations from its four working groups: 5G/IOT/V-RAN, Future of Unlicensed Operations, Artificial Intelligence, and 5G Radio Access Network Technology.
This agenda may be modified at the discretion of the TAC Chair and the Designated Federal Officer (DFO).
The TAC meeting is open to the public.
What gets left out of the conversation about 5G is that the service will likely be rolled out the same way as in technologies past — predominantly in wealthier areas.
President Donald Trump says he wants America to win the race to the fast new wireless future. He took it seriously enough to sign a presidential memorandum setting a deadline of July 2019 for a new national strategy on allocating the airwaves.
A Q&A with Robert Blair, senior advisor to the White House Chief of Staff.
Can Americans actually get 5G? The rollout of high-speed 5G hinges on a mix of domestic and global telecommunications policies, many of which still need to be resolved.
The tech world is closely watching President Donald Trump’s two-day visit to India, which could have implications for digital trade, 5G and other policy areas. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is part of the US delegation in tow
The internet has set us free. The internet will destroy our democracy. Both the utopian and apocalyptic hype share a common belief that there is something unprecedented about the power of digital communications online.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Focus on the FCC Featuring FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
March 18, 9:00-9:45 a.m.
The FCC’s senior Democrat to discuss will share her views and priorities for 2020 and beyond during a conversation with ACA Connects Chairman Patty Boyers. An expert on spectrum policy and emerging broadband technologies, as well as a tireless advocate on consumer and public safety issues, Commissioner Rosenworcel will provide invaluable insights into the regulatory environment.
The persistent problem of the digital divide is hardening into a state of “Internet Inequality.” We know that millions of Virginians still lack access to high-quality affordable broadband.