Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bits | AT&T Plans to Provide Wireless Internet for Airplanes – New York Times (blog)

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Lucas Jackson/ReutersAT&T’s new service, expected to be available toward the end of 2015, will be capable of providing fast, reliable Wi-Fi, according to the company. AT&T is looking to expand the reach of its wireless network to devices in the sky. On Monday, the company announced plans to provide in-flight Internet connections for some airlines. The company ...

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AT&T Plans to Provide Wireless Internet for Airplanes – New York Times (blog)

AT&T

Lucas Jackson/ReutersAT&T’s new service, expected to be available toward the end of 2015, will be capable of providing fast, reliable Wi-Fi, according to the company. AT&T is looking to expand the reach of its wireless network to devices in the sky. On Monday, the company announced plans to provide in-flight Internet connections for some airlines. The company ...

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Schools Hooked Up with Wireless Internet after Long Wait – Twin Falls Times-News

TWIN FALLS • Richfield students and teachers finally have wireless Internet access, but there isn’t enough bandwidth to support it. Superintendent Mike Smith used an agriculture analogy to describe Richfield High School’s situation. “We have the pivot, but just don’t have the water here yet,” he said. Officials in Richfield – which has more than 200 students – ...

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New Jersey regulators: Verizon can use DSL, wireless to deliver broadband to … – FierceCable

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) in a unanimous vote said it is okay for Verizon (NYSE: VZ) to serve non-fibered areas of the state with DSL or mobile wireless. The deal clarifies Verizon's obligations under a 20-year-old pledge to provide broadband service throughout New Jersey and leaves some rural communities on the ...

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NJ, Verizon deal could leave Hopewell without broadband Internet – NJ.com

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Hopewell Township Committee  HOPEWELL TWP. — In Trenton last week, the state Board of Public Utilities unanimously approved a settlement that Hopewell Township officials believe permanently shuts the door for its residents ever receiving sufficient landline-based broadband Internet. With a 4-0 vote, the BPU approved an agreement that will allow Verizon to substitute some areas in the ...

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Verizon Q1 income up on wireless, home Internet sales – USA TODAY

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FCC proposes sharing 150MHz of federal spectrum with wireless broadband – Ars Technica

"HetNet demo." Small cells like the ones in this image could be used to augment carrier service in areas where shared spectrum is available.Ericsson The FCC today released a proposal to make 150MHz of mostly federally held spectrum in the 3.5GHz band available to share between the government, “priority access licensees,” and other “general authorized access ...

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TRAI to soon mandate telecoms to specify minimum wireless internet speed – Firstpost

Soon consumers will have clarity and assurance on the minimum download speed they would get from their telecom operator, be it 2G or 3G services, as telecom regulator TRAI is gearing up to mandate mobile services companies to ensure details in this regard under quality of service rules. “The Authority (TRAI) has been receiving a number ...

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