2013 Fall ACUTA Seminar

We are excited to present at the 2013 ACUTA Seminar in St. Louis, Missouri. The event will be held at the Renaissance Grande on October 6th through 9th. We will speak during track 2 "All Things Wireless".

Wireless broadband is an important part of bringing the economic, educational, and social benefits of broadband to all Americans.

— Sen. Jay Rockefeller

Super Wi-Fi and West Virginia University

West Virginia University (WVU) this week announced it had launched the nation’s first campus ‘Super Wi-Fi’ network. The network uses TV band white space frequencies to provide free public Wi-Fi access for students and faculty at Public Rapid Transit (PRT) platforms. The ‘Super Wi-Fi’ system is being used to deliver Internet directly...

Microsoft’s GM Explains TV White Spaces

Microsoft's General Manager Paul Mitchell explains the company's thoughts on the advantages of TV White Space. He discusses not only advantages but reasons behind their interest on moving forward toward expanding into White Space.

Innovative deployment of TV white spaces presents an exciting opportunity for underserved rural and low-income urban communities across the country.

— FCC Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn

Gigabit Nation Radio Interview

Believing nothing succeeds like success, AIR.U is following quickly on the heels of Gig.U with a bold plan to tap Super WiFi (unused TV channels) to bring wireless broadband to potentially hundreds of university towns in rural America. Today’s guests formed Advanced Internet Regions to plan, build and operate wireless networks that...

Unlicensed spectrum is vital for Internet companies building tomorrow's technologies and rural providers bringing broadband to unserved portions of the nation.

— Matt Wood, Free Press

White space broadband as a white knight for rural America

Clear presentation of TV White Spaces written by Craig Settles for Gigaom. In the article, Bob Nichols, an AIR.U leader said, “The need is so huge for greater bandwidth in underserved communities that they are organizing quickly and moving this initiative forward into pilot projects."