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FCC offers telecom providers $1.7B in subsidies from USF

USTelecom dailyLead® | Apr 30, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to give rural telecoms an additional $1.7 billion in funding as it shifts the Universal Service Fund from traditional phone to broadband service, the agency said Wednesday. The FCC hopes the funds will help provide broadband service for an additional 8.5 million people. Wireless Week (04/29) Broadcasting & Cable (04/29)


Verizon will join growing shift from hardware to SDN

USTelecom dailyLead® | Apr 29, 2015

Consumers are willing to pay for strong Wi-Fi, report finds

USTelecom dailyLead® | Apr 28, 2015

Verizon makes push into smart cities, farms with IoT, wireless

USTelecom dailyLead® | May 04, 2015

Robbins will replace CEO Chambers at Cisco

USTelecom dailyLead® | May 04, 2015

Level 3 will look overseas for further growth

USTelecom dailyLead® | Apr 30, 2015

AT&T completes $1.9B Nextel Mexico deal

USTelecom dailyLead® | May 01, 2015

Why SDN is at a tipping point

USTelecom dailyLead® | May 01, 2015

Ciena will acquire software-maker Cyan in $400M deal

USTelecom dailyLead® | May 04, 2015

T-Mobile gains 1.8M subs, may move up to No. 3 carrier

USTelecom dailyLead® | Apr 28, 2015


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