6 GHz unlicensed access to add $163.5 billion to Brazil economy, reveals Dynamic Spectrum Alliance

Washington D.C., USA, 25 November 2020: Over the next 10 years, the Brazilian economy will benefit from the allocation of unlicensed access to the 6 GHz band, according to a study published by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) and Telecom Advisory Services LLC. The new study, titled “Assessing the economic value of unlicensed use in the 6 GHz band in Brazil”, was conducted by Dr. Raul Katz and Fernando Callorda, leading scholars of economics and telecommunications policy, based on the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel)’s considerations to open the 6…

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Wi-Fi Urgently Needs More Spectrum According to the DSA and PIP in Latest Research Paper

The new paper explains how the 6 GHz band can be used to deliver a step-change in connectivity Washington D.C., USA, 16 November 2020: With over half of all the connections to the Internet starting or ending with Wi-Fi access and demand for broadband connectivity surging worldwide, Wi-Fi urgently needs access to the 6 GHz frequency band; this is the conclusion of a new paper published by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) and Policy Impact Partners (PIP), which represent multiple digital companies. Focused on Europe, the Middle East and Africa…

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DSA Global Summit 2020 unites industry leaders to accelerate spectrum sharing

Washington D.C., USA, 5 November 2020: During what remains to be a critical time to stay connected around the world, over 325 industry and government leaders connected at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance’s (DSA’s) Global Summit 2020 to discuss spectrum sharing innovations and technologies. As global demand increases for both greater capacity and rural connectivity, a wide range of innovations and spectrum sharing technologies and frameworks, from TV White Spaces, Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) to Wi-Fi 6 and 3D spectrum management in mmWaves, are being shared as industry delegates and…

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Dynamic Spectrum Alliance to host its largest annual Global Summit with government and industry leaders

Washington D.C., USA, 22 October 2020: International speakers from more than 30 different countries will join delegates from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), CITEL, CEPT, ASMG and many other speakers at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance’s (DSA’s) upcoming eighth dynamic spectrum sharing event, the Global Summit 2020, 3rd – 5th November 2020. Providing a global virtual platform for dynamic spectrum sharing collaboration, this year’s Global Summit will host more industry leaders and government attendees than ever before. To address the increasing demands on spectrum resources worldwide, the agenda will explore how…

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Dynamic Spectrum Alliance applauds FCC’s decision for unlicensed spectrum access in the 6 GHz band

Washington D.C, USA, 23 April 2020: The addition of 1200 MHz of spectrum for unlicensed use in the entire 6 GHz band, as approved by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) today, is a watershed moment for connectivity and innovation. The 5.925 – 7.125 GHz band will supercharge connectivity to affect every aspect in our lives, such as remote education, telemedicine, work and commerce, gaming, and social media. Increasing bandwidth demands for rising Internet of Things (IoT) applications, new use cases as well as the critical demand for vital industries such…

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Dynamic Spectrum Alliance to lead worldwide dynamic spectrum sharing collaboration at 2020 Global Summit

The 2020 DSA Global Summit will provide updates on key spectrum sharing technologies and provide an opportunity for government and industry collaboration to facilitate digital transformation Washington D.C., USA, 30 January 2020: The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has today released the agenda for its eighth annual DSA Global Summit. Offering a platform for industry professionals to collaborate with regulators and authorities on progressing dynamic spectrum sharing worldwide, the event is being held from 2 – 4 June 2020 in Paris, France. “Last year was very active for the success of…

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“Affordable and sustainable spectrum sharing technologies are crucial for digital inclusion and rural connectivity” says DSA President Martha Suárez

Buenos Aires, Argentina, 5 August 2019: Competitive access to spectrum resources will result in a thriving fixed and mobile marketplace that can deliver new, innovative services, according to Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) President Martha Suárez. Speaking at the TVWS workshop in Buenos Aires, co-organised by the DSA and the Secretary of Information and Communication Technologies (SeTIC) in Argentina, Suárez highlighted that harnessing spectrum sharing technologies like TV White Space (TVWS) is key to enabling rural broadband. “Traditional digital inclusion efforts have been tried and they have fallen short of the…

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FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly and the ITU’s Mario Maniewicz confirmed to speak at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit

Washington D.C., 4 June 2019: The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has today announced that representatives from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and International Telecommunications Union (ITU) will be speaking at its upcoming Global Summit, the premier event for spectrum policy and management. FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly and Mario Maniewicz, Deputy-Director of the ITU’s Radiocommunication Bureau, will join representatives from the National Broadcasting Commission, Microsoft, Google and Facebook, among many others, in speaking at the event. The Global Summit welcomes regulators, policy-makers and industry stakeholders from around the world to discuss…

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Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Announces Martha Suárez as New President

Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Announces Martha Suárez as New President Washington, DC, 1 May 2019: The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has announced the appointment of its new President, Dr. Martha Suárez. Following her previous role as General Director of The National Spectrum Agency (ANE) in Colombia, Dr. Suárez will continue her work promoting the efficient use of spectrum, which is critical to addressing key social and economic challenges and ushering in the next generations of wireless communications. “With dynamic spectrum access playing such a crucial role in enabling next-generation wireless technologies,…

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