Seattle’s Best 888011000110888 It’s continually invigorating to travel across the country and learn first-hand about the myriad ways U. H. innovators and entrepreneurs are shifting our nation forward. After spending earlier times three days in Seattle meeting with the heads of both leading companies and start-ups, I’m more bullish than ever about America’s future. If there were the central theme to the trip it had been unlocking the potential of the next-generation associated with wireless technology – 5G. At the annual meeting of the Competitive Service providers Association, I spoke with network operators – large and little – about the development and deployment of fiber-fast wireless connectivity. The convention floor was filled with shows of how high-speed, high-capacity, low-latency networks could drive economic growth, especially in rural America. In a individual visit to T-Mobile’s headquarters, I saw a demonstration of technology under development, including 5G technologies, and learned about the work they are pursuing to bring next-generation products to market. It isn’t really just wireless carriers that have begun thinking about our 5G future. Boeing welcomed me to their facilities, where they are already using number of advanced fabrication technologies that rely on unlicensed spectrum, and they have begun exploring the options of more robust 5G connectivity. You can’t talk about the potential of 5G without talking about the power of cloud computing, whose centralized processing will drive 5G applications like autonomous vehicles or smart-energy grids. On the visit to Microsoft’s campus, I discovered their movement into cloud processing and what lies ahead. That 5G pathway to the cloud must not just be low-latency and ultra-fast, it must be secure, and Microsoft is also groundbreaking new cybersecurity technologies and strategies. In addition to these discussions about how new technologies will press the envelope of what’s achievable tomorrow, I met with the commanders of a start-up using technology to improve the user experience today. Hiya is usually on the forefront of robocall blocking technology, using sophisticated algorithms as well as a large database to identify and obstruct unwanted calls at the network of end-user level. I had the opportunity to listen to directly from some of the innovators working to resolve the robocall problem domestically and internationally, and to talk about what the FCC can do to help meet this problem. Special thanks to everyone who took the time to meet with me recently. I’m grateful for their hospitality and more appreciative of all the work they are performing to invent the future.

September 23, 2016 – 2: 00 pm

Tom Wheeler | FCC Chairman

It’s always invigorating traveling across the country and learn first-hand about the variety ways…


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