Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

This edition includes: The slow roll of BEAD, broadband is the hot trade, M&A news, NCTA video on rural broadband challenges, Nokia acquires Infinera. 2024 hasn’t been the “year of execution” for BEAD. It’s been a year since we found out...
Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

Broadband Bytes June Issue 1

This edition of Broadband Bytes includes ISP discount plans, USF instead of ACP?, ISP joins in training the next generation of techs, asset-backed securities/Frontier, AT&T Wins and losses: fiber satisfaction survey and carrier of last resort, rip-and-replace...
Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

Broadband Bytes May Issue 3

This edition includes RDOF amnesty opinion, optical fiber market growth forecast, Frontier means business with fiber, BEAD status update, fiber training partnership, don’t wait for BEAD to start workforce development, fiber to the military base, cash for copper,...
Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

Broadband Bytes May Issue 2

This edition of Broadband Bytes includes Private Equity Financing, a possible save for ACP, BEAD state plan approvals coming, Comcast Public/Private Partnerships, Tribal “enforceable commitments” impact on BEAD state maps, state legislation impact on BEAD, and the...
Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

Broadband Bytes May Issue 1

This edition notes the nexus of politics and broadband, including Net Neutrality—will SCOTUS rule?, The Politics of ACP, NY mandates low-income $15/month internet service, Altice surrenders more RODF, Acquisition and JV news, Fact Sheet on Municipal Broadband Growth,...
Broadband Bytes June Issue 2

Broadband Bytes April Issue 1

This edition of Broadband Bytes includes ReConnect Program Rd 5, the new NTIA Permitting tool, RDOF default and penalty debate, loss of ACP and impact on BEAD, $811M in Digital Equity Funds and municipal drive for competition. USDA has begun accepting applications for...
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