Category: This Week in Telecom Innovation

This Week in Telecom Innovation: Portals to Innovation?  The Broadcast Incentive Auction and the Future of Regulatory Oversight

This Week in Telecom Innovation: Portals to Innovation? The Broadcast Incentive Auction and the Future of Regulatory Oversight

Author: Steve Augustino & Jameson Dempsey, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP If one were to make a list of “Most Innovative Organizations in America,” it’s unlikely that the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) would spring immediately to mind.

This Week in Telecom Innovation: Thinking Like a Carrier

This Week in Telecom Innovation: Thinking Like a Carrier

Author: Steven A. Augustino and Jameson J. Dempsey, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP Around the world, content and platform providers have been investing billions of dollars in next-generation technologies in a quest to become the one-stop-shop for our everyday communications needs.  However, as these providers integrate services like voice and...

This Week in Telecom Innovation: Google’s Project ARA – Success or Failure?

This Week in Telecom Innovation: Google’s Project ARA – Success or Failure?

Author: Sumit Mittal, Sr. Manager Corporate Business Development and Venturing, Deutsche Telekom The $50 modular phone from Google under the banner project Ara is coming – Threat for some, opportunity for others.

This Week In Telecom Innovation: FCC Response to Net Neutrality Court Decision – Innovation Debate to Follow

This Week In Telecom Innovation: FCC Response to Net Neutrality Court Decision – Innovation Debate to Follow

Author: Steve Augustino, Chip Yorkgitis, and Michael Dover, Kelley Drye & Warren, LLP After dropping hints for the prior two weeks, on February 19th, FCC Chairman Wheeler announced several measures to respond to the DC Circuit’s decision in Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission (“Verizon Net Neutrality Order”), which Kelley Drye summarized in...