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Intelliwave's Chris Cooper sees growing opportunity to bring broadband to rural communities in South Central Ohio.
Though the vast majority of WISPA's members service rural areas, WISPA's DC staff takes a tour of urban provider, DC Access - a WISPA member offering cord-cutti...
WISPAMERICA 2020 will be held at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas, March 16 – 19, 2020. The annual three-day event features presentations from le...
This past week I was in Walla Walla visiting PocketiNet, a WISPA member who is deploying a mix of gigabit fiber and fixed wireless to underserved Washington Sta...
WISPA urges the U.S. Senate for its hearing today that one of the best ways to promote America's "Industries of the Future" is to unleash more unlicensed spectrum.
The FCC's RDOF draft Order on the whole works to invite a broad range of providers and technological solutions to the table to make the process robust, but still needs some refinement to make it better for rural Americans.
WISPA's Board extends Claude Aiken's contact until 2022 to further enact changes to the association that map to the evolving WISP industry and its role in bringing innovative, competitive and ever-increasing broadband capabilities to rural and urban Americans.
WISPA commends today’s passage of the Broadband DATA Act and the MAPS Act, which taken on their own and together witness Congress’ zeal to ensure our broadband maps are accurate, and thus useful in directing limited government support to areas that truly lack broadband.