From Gigabit Testbeds to the “Game of Gigs”

Click here to read the Third Annual Report of Gig.U: From Gigabit Testbeds to the Game of Gigs.

“Gig.U began three years ago with three-dozen research university communities coming together to accelerate the deployment of next-generation broadband networks to enhance educational and economic development. We believed that eliminating bandwidth as constraint to innovation would lead to economic and social progress for our communities and accelerate the discoveries university communities create for the world.”

To read the full report, click here.

from the blog

“The Next 30 Months” in Telecom Policy

Today, at part of the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy’s Project on the Evolution of Regulation and Technology, Gig.U Executive Director Blair Levin gave a speech entitled “The Next 30 Months.” In it, he highlights the upcoming events and challenges the FCC will face in this key regulatory era. “Here’s a big, but […]

“Step Away from the Mirror” – Remarks by Gig.U Executive Director Blair Levin at the National Press Club

Today, at an event hosted by the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative, Professor Christopher Yoo presented research on broadband speeds, investment, and pricing in the U.S. verses E.U., challenging the commonly cited narrative that the U.S. is slipping behind compared to other nations. Gig.U Executive Director Blair Levin was invited to speak in response to […]

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