Watch the video of IIA Co-Chairman Bruce Mehlman discussing how investment in broadband infrastructure enables the advancement of the technologies of the future.
Broadband is at the heart of 21st-century life, and it will be the underpinning of our economy. The need to deploy the next generation of high-speed mobile broadband service (5G) around the country is nothing less than urgent.
Watch the video of IIA Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher discussing the positive steps the FCC has taken to close the rural-urban digital divide.
Former Congressman Rick Boucher discusses the need for bipartisan legislation which will give statutory permanence to open internet guarantees while at the same time classifying broadband as an information service to be lightly overseen by the FCC.
IIA issued the following statement welcoming FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr's announcement that the agency will initiate further action to speed the deployment of small cell technology and help facilitate next-generation high-speed mobile broadband service around the nation.
IIA applauds the proposal in President Trump’s infrastructure plan to amend current law to advance deployments of small cell equipment as the nation moves towards the adoption of next-generation 5G mobile broadband technology.
The Internet Innovation Alliance (IIA) issued the following statement in response to the Internet Association's (IA) letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Charles Schumer calling for lawmakers to codify open internet rules with a bipartisan bill.
IIA Founding Chair Bruce Mehlman was recently a guest on Fox News Sunday. Watch the video for his thoughts on the benefits of broadband and the global cybersecurity challenges we now face.
There's a chance to forge the bipartisan alliances that have long developed the best technology policies for our nation to put consumers' interests and expectations first and produce a forward-looking bill that enshrines the principles of the open internet into law.
Former Congressman Rick Boucher argues that elevating to the status of law the FCC's light-touch Title I regulatory treatment of broadband access service is the only dependable way to address the large rural-urban broadband deployment divide and ensure investment sufficient to meet the capacity demands of 5G technology.