Americans are becoming more comfortable with the idea of using telemedicine for medical consultations, ongoing care to manage chronic illnesses, or even urgent health care needs.
The door is open once again to large-scale broadband investment, but some in Congress are now urging a return of the heavy-handed regulatory treatment imposed on broadband in 2015. That would be a major mistake for the country at large and particularly punishing for broadband investment in our rural regions.
Progress in telecommunications technology has been significant in recent years. These advancements have led to an unprecedented level of connectivity.
Selected news, writings, and videos from the month of June.
The 5G adoption rate as a share of mobile connections in the United States is expected to reach 49% by 2025.
The worldwide digital media revenue of US$111.53 billion in 2017 is expected to grow to US$147.8 billion by 2022.
Today, competition is thriving among telecom companies and across different types of platforms — like wireless, wireline, and cable.
Last year, the FCC reformed how it regulates the business data services market to better reflect the real competition that now exists in that sector — and their decision was correct.
IIA Co-Chairman Bruce Mehlman discusses the need for Congress to pass a bipartisan Consumer Bill of Rights. Watch the video.
Check out the new research that analyzed growth in the U.S. broadband subscriber market and found 1Q 2018 saw fewer internet subscriber gains than 1Q 2017.