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Last month, San Jose filed a lawsuit against the Federal Communication Commission's September order on “speeding broadband deployment.” More than 20 cities have done the same, and the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the National Lea...

More than 10.7 million low-income households in the United States lack access to quality internet service. In cities like San Jose, Calif., local governments are using streetlight poles to facilitate equitable access to high-sp...

San Jose, Calif.'s recent pact with AT&T to deploy small cells to upgrade its broadband connectivity is meant to lay the foundation for 5G as well as the forthcoming public safety network FirstNet. But the city also thinks it c...

AT&T and the city of San Jose pulled off a major feat late last month. In a new agreement, the network operator agreed to pay the city approximately $5 million over a maximum 15-year period to access public assets like light po...

AT&T and the city of San Jose have reached a tentative agreement to install a network of 170 small cells on lampposts by the end of the year in a move to improve wireless coverage across the Californian city.

City officials high...

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