SPOTLIGHT: Open access could reduce network investment

A study from the Phoenix Center released this week estimates broad application of the "open-platform" requirements mandated by the Federal Communications Commission for the upper 700 MHz C-block spectrum to the entire commercial wireless industry could reduce wireless network investment by $50 billion during the next 10 years. Article

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