PCIA Statement on FAA's Efforts to Streamline Outage Reports

December 9, 2014 / Alexandria, VA – Jonathan Adelstein, President & Chief Executive Officer of PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association, released the following statement regarding the announcement that the Federal Aviation Administration plans to streamline its Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) lighting outage reporting process to allow tower owners to self-select... Read more

Wireless Infrastructure Industry Salutes Military Veteran Career Training Program

November 11, 2014 / Carrollton, Texas – Senior executives in the wireless infrastructure industry today saluted a career training program for military veterans being conducted by Carrollton-based GrayWolves Telecom (GWT), calling it a “template” that should be replicated around the country to spur economic growth and strengthen U.S. competitiveness. Giving military... Read more

PCIA Statement on Oral Arguments in T-Mobile SCOTUS Case

November 10, 2014 / Alexandria, VA – Jonathan Adelstein, President & Chief Executive Officer of PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association, released the following statement regarding the oral arguments presented November 10 to the U.S. Supreme Court on the T-Mobile South wireless infrastructure siting case against the city of Roswell,... Read more

PCIA Applauds FCC’s Order on Wireless Infrastructure – Streamlined Rules Will Speed Broadband Deployment

October 17, 2014/ Alexandria, VA – Jonathan Adelstein, the President and CEO of PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association, today commended the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its unanimous adoption of an Order to promote the deployment of wireless infrastructure. "The FCC’s action today will ease the ‘wireless data crunch,’ accelerate the... Read more

Adelstein: More Progress Needed to Site Wireless Facilities on Federal Property

Reprinted with permission of TRDaily PCIA President and Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Adelstein said today that while progress has been made to facilitate the deployment of wireless infrastructure on federal government lands and in federal buildings, more is necessary. “I spent 25 years in the Federal government, and I am proud to... 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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