KH Broadband Digest: September 08, 2022



“Syracuse to Pilot Municipal Broadband with ARPA Funds”; RFP posted, responses expected October 11 :: CitiesToday :: Syracuse Procurement Link

(ref RFP #23-065) “Construction of Boulder Community Broadband Project expected to be completed in early 2023” :: Daily Camera

“Fiber Internet Business Explodes in Colorado Springs” :: KRDO

“City of Lehi [UT] ready to innovate on the new fiber network” :: KSL

City of East Cleveland, OH Broadband Infrastructure Tender, Responses Due September 23rd :: RFP Link

Alabama: “Getting the last (and middle) mile: Time and money needed to get statewide broadband” :: Alabama Daily News

Broadband on the ballot in Alabama and New Mexico as voters consider constitutional amendments to allow federal broadband subsidy funds to be used by states and local governments :: Light Reading

“Can state and local governments use broadband expansion to create jobs? :: Government technology

FCC Announces Beginning of Mass Dispute Process for Usable Broadband Location Structure on September 12; webinar held September 7 :: FCC

. . . FCC targets November for first release of new map ::FCC::Light Reading

. . . “NTIA won’t have the broadband card it needs for BEAD until 2023” after new FCC cards go through at least one challenge process :: FierceTelecom

“NTIA Grants Will Fund ‘A Lot Of Fiber-Free Technologies,’ Says Alan Davidson” :: Light Reading

“Comcast to Release Symmetrical Multi-Gig Speeds in 2023” :: Light Reading

“I guess the only people likely to push for a new round of RDOF are companies like Charter and the big telecoms.” :: POT and PAN

“Frontier, Windstream’s 2022 broadband subsidy tally tops $200 million” :: FierceTelecom

“DOCSIS 4.0 network upgrade costs must be ‘reasonable’ – Charter CFO :: Light Reading

“Cogent to buy T-Mobile’s wireline business: what is it? You ask” :: Telecompetitor

“[T]op 5 States with the Best – and Worst – Landline Internet Coverage” :: FierceTelecom

Nokia partners with :: Nokia press release

“[California Public Utilities Commission] Eyes Big Changes to Low-Revenue Internet Subsidies” :: Government Technology


“Congress may cough up more money to ‘rip and replace'” :: Light Reading

“How AT&T’s Network Chief Hopes to Cut a $1.6 Billion Electric Bill” — “One of AT&T’s new strategies for reducing its network’s power consumption is to turn off some parts of its wireless network at night, when it is practically unused.” :: Light reading

“Charter looks at high splits, small CBRS cells for network evolution” :: Telecompetitor

“Looks like Verizon accidentally bought $1.5 million worth of 2.5GHz spectrum” :: Light Reading

“Redzone Wireless Turns to Tarana for Fixed Wireless Deployment in Rural Maine” :: Telecompetitor


“Video streaming continues to grow” :: POT and PAN


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