By Peter Pitsch, Executive Director of Federal Relations for Intel Last week, Federal Communications Commissioner Michael O’Rielly proposed a potentially breakthrough spectrum reform (“How to Free Up Government Held Spectrum in the Face of Increasing Budgetary Pressure,” FCC Blog, September … Read more >
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by Peter Pitsch 5G is expected to be substantially different than today’s mobile networks, ushering in a wide-range of applications. We are moving from the current world of mobility for voice and data applications to an era in which not … Read more >
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Portugal continues on the successful path towards broadband market deregulation In its most recent market analysis – just submitted to the European Commission – the Portuguese regulator (ANACOM) decided, based on its assessment of market conditions, the proportionality of obligations … Read more >
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The Romanian regulator proposes to deregulate the broadband market in the country. ANCOM is removing all ex-ante obligations applied to the incumbent operator after analyzing trends on market shares, barriers to entry and concluding that the retail market of fixed … Read more >
Intel wants broadband to be affordable and high quality, but determining which last-mile broadband technology is most cost-effective (that is, weighing the tradeoff between affordability and high quality) can be challenging. Two leading choices are fiber to the premises (FTTP) … Read more >
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By Peter Pitsch, associate general counsel and executive director of communications policy for Intel State of the art telecom networks will be the lifeblood of Europe’s digital markets and, increasingly so, many other sectors of the larger economy. The EU recognized the importance of ultrafast broadband when it set the 2020 target of 50% of […] Read more >