Californians can and should go faster.
While we’re waiting for the FCC to let us know what it actually did in its net neutrality and muni broadband decisions last week, let’s take a look at new broadband development bill that’s in the hopper in Sacramento: assembly bill 238, introduced by assemblyman Mark Stone (D – Santa Cruz).
Tellus Venture Associates helps communities develop broadband policies, programs and networks that make success possible. Since 1996, our clients have attracted new businesses and jobs, revitalized commercial and industrial areas and created state-of-the-art resources for residents, businesses and institutional operations.
- You can protect the coast without littering it with red tape. To keep Santa Cruz’s tech economy growing, basic infrastructure has to get better. Broadband is a big part of it, but so is housing, transportation and office space. A day long conference in Seaside in January – the kick-off …Read More
- Amazon’s planned drone deliver service didn’t get any love from the Federal Aviation Administration, nor did proposals to use unmanned aircraft as Internet access points, but at least the door is now open for companies to use the technology for commercial purposes. After two years of thinking about it, the …Read More
- The suspense is killing the Internet. The FCC’s decisions yesterday to preempt state bans on municipal broadband projects and regulate Internet service and infrastructure using common carrier rules are still under wraps. The commission wasted no time in posting laudatory summaries, which largely reiterated past public statements. The (prepared) comments …Read More
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East Bay Broadband Report Card, final report prepared for the East Bay Broadband Consortium, 28 January 2014
Initial presentation of the East Bay Broadband Report Card to the East Bay Broadband Consortium, 28 January 2013
International DTH/DBS: Market Status and System Assessment, Volume Two, Africa, the Middle East and South Asia