News

OCT

11

Communications Workers of America Files CTC...

Are mobile broadband technologies a substitute for wired broadband? That question is at the heart of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) assessment of whether Americans are well-served with broadband. To support its filing with the FCC, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) asked CTC to prepare an independent analysis of the issue. CTC’s report concluded that, in light of the technical and business restrictions inherent in existing mobile networks, mobile service cannot be considered an adequate alternative to robust wireline …

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MAY

19

CTC Continues Its Work With Holly Springs, NC...

As an extension of its work in developing Holly Springs' fiber business plan and in providing a full range of network …

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APR

25

City of Seattle Releases Plan for Facilitating...

The City of Seattle has released its Plan for Facilitating Equitable Access to Wireless Broadband Services. This report represents a strategic …

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APR

03

Boston Releases RFP for Dark Fiber IRU to...

The City of Boston is committed to closing the digital divide for its students—and to laying the foundation to meet …

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MAR

29

Town of Wake Forest, NC Releases Broadband FTTP...

The Town of Wake Forest, North Carolina has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to convey its interest in partnering …

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Blog

OCT

18

City of San Francisco Considers an Innovative...

We at CTC have had the honor of advising the City and County of San Francisco on broadband planning for a dozen years, and we’re proud that the City today released our new study on “Fiber for San Francisco” and is also, with the leadership of Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell, initiating an innovative procurement to select a private partner to finance, design, build, and operate a fiber network that would reach every home and business in San …

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APR

14

A Technical Guide to Dig Once Policies

Our latest white paper, A Technical Guide to Dig Once Policies, is a discussion of technical considerations regarding dig once conduit, a …

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APR

12

Producing Value through Effective Governance

CTC just published a new paper on the steps community broadband network operators can take to develop an effective governance process to …

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MAR

27

How the Local Oversight Process Addresses the...

Andrew Afflerbach, PhD, PE CEO & Director of Engineering As the FCC and many state legislatures consider interfering with local processes regarding …

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MAR

21

CTC President Joanne Hovis Testifies Before...

The following is CTC President Joanne Hovis' testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications …

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Published:Thursday, January 9, 2014