Decisions made in Washington D.C. can have a large impact on the business of broadband. Are you keeping up to date on new funding opportunities for rural broadband, changes in data privacy rules, updates to the Open Internet Order, mergers and acquisitions?
There is much to learn and share.
Thomas Cohen is a partner at Kelly Drye, working in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He is also a good friend to Calix and our service provider partners, keeping us all up to date on what’s happening in Washington.
Tom has more than 35 years of experience in the communications industry sector. His practice focuses on providing legal counsel to further the business interests of entities engaged in the provision of wireline and wireless telecommunications, cable (video), and broadband (Internet) services.
In July 2018, the FCC released DA 18-710 describing its new rules for CAF Broadband Performance Testing. This webinar replay provides a snapshot to what tests are needed, when the tests are needed, how many test locations are required, and a solution set that will meet the FCC requirement.
CSPs of every size and type can comply with CAF II requirements while building a foundation to deploy new smart home services for their subscribers and generate new sources of revenue. With a customer base that includes hundreds of rural operators, Calix has been a trusted partner for CSPs who are leveraging the CAF program to meet the needs of their subscribers. Calix has also been an active participant in the CAF program by providing technical input to the FCC Technical Advisory Council and will participate in the Universal Service Administrative Co. (USAC) process for performance testing. Calix is committed to providing resources that help operators take advantage of CAF II, including forms, test requirement, standards definitions and advisory bulletins.
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Tom Cohen identifies seven reasons why the FCC’s recently issued Broadband Deployment Report shows higher bandwidths rates and a closing digital divide for almost all Americans. ... READ MORE