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JAN

21

Port of Ridgefield, WA, Issues Dark Fiber RFI

The Port of Ridgefield, Washington, released an RFI to solicit informal proposals from private sector entities that may have an interest in leasing the Port’s planned 42 miles of dark fiber to make affordable broadband available to businesses, economic development areas, first-responder facilities, anchor institutions, and residences. The information gleaned from this RFI will help guide the Port’s planning and investment in communications infrastructure, generate favorable terms for public-private collaboration to encourage new investment, and enhance the value of the investment …

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JAN

18

How Smart Strategy and Rigorous Analysis Enable...

Andrew Afflerbach, PhD, P.E. CEO & Chief Technology Officer Like most cities, Boston needs an expanded fiber optic network to serve the …

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JAN

08

Documenting the True—and High—Local...

Shawn Thompson, Principal Engineer A hundred bucks. That’s what the FCC recently decided is adequate compensation to your locality for processing …

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DEC

13

The Three “Ps” of Managing Small Cell...

Andrew Afflerbach, PhD, P.E. CEO & Chief Technology Officer By now you’ve heard of the Federal Communications Commission’s wireless preemption Order—scheduled to …

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NOV

09

Ten Strategies to Protect State and Local...

Set to become effective on January 14, 2019, the Federal Communications Commission’s new wireless preemption Order[1] has states, localities, and …

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Published:Monday, January 21, 2019