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Monthly Archives: October 2011
At its October 27, 2011 meeting, the FCC voted unanimously to comprehensively reform its Universal Service Fund and intercarrier compensation systems and create a new Connect America Fund with an annual budget of no more than $4.5 billion; down significantly from the … Continue reading
The Broadband Commission for Digital Development was formed in May 2010 by the ITU and UNESCO. The goals are to define practical ways in which countries can provide access to broadband networks, in cooperation with the private sector. The Broadband Commission … Continue reading
Netflix is scheduled to release its 3Q11 earning report after financial markets close here in the U.S. Since its lasts earnings call, Netflix has experienced significant highs and lows. The highs include: The launch of Netflix in 43 countries in … Continue reading
The European Commission, as part of its Digital Agenda, has proposed spending €9.2 billion on broadband projects between 2014-2020. This funding is part of a bigger project – Connect Europe Facility (CEF) which proposes €50 billion on projects associated with transportation, energy … Continue reading