CEO Adelstein Hails Georgia BILD Act

April 22, 2014/Alexandria, VA - Jonathan Adelstein, President & CEO of PCIA - The Wireless Infrastructure Association, released the following statement regarding the passage of Georgia House Bill 176:"PCIA - The Wireless Infrastructure Association commends Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and the Georgia General Assembly for their efforts to promote wireless... Read more

PCIA’s Jonathan Adelstein to Appear on C-Span's "The Communicators" March 15

March 13,2104 / Alexandria, VA - Jonathan Adelstein, President and CEO of PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association and former commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will appear beginning this weekend on “The Communicators,” C -SPAN's weekly series featuring a half-hour interview with the people who shape the world’s... Read more

Adelstein Statement on T-Mobile's Sugrue, Ham Announcement

March 7, 2014/ Alexandria, VA – Jonathan Adelstein, President & CEO of PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association, issued the following statement regarding the announcement that T-Mobile’s Tom Sugrue, senior vice president-regulatory affairs will retire and that Kathleen Ham, vice president-federal regulatory affairs, has been named acting head of its... Read more

Adelstein Hails FCC Chairman's Remarks on Infrastructure Deployment

February 26, 2014/Alexandria, VA — PCIA President & CEO Jonathan Adelstein released the following statement in response to remarks made by Tom Wheeler, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, during a keynote address at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona this week: “Chairman Wheeler hit the nail on the head... Read more

PCIA to FCC: Four Key Steps to Improving Wireless Broadband Deployment

February 3, 2014 /Alexandria, VA — Removing barriers to the deployment of newer technologies like Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and small cells, and refining rules for collocations will facilitate greater coverage and capacity of wireless broadband networks, PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association and the HetNet Forum said in comments... Read more

Wireless Infrastructure's Impact on the Economy

economic impactA new report that evaluates the economic and job-creation impacts generated by projected wireless infrastructure investments finds such investment will generate as much as $1.2 trillion in economic growth and create 1.2 million new jobs.

Read more in this new study, "Wireless Broadband Infrastructure: A Catalyst for GDP and Job Growth 2013-2017," by Information Age Economics.  


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