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Microsoft’s Spectrum Observatory project opens up for increased collaboration
Posted by Anoop Gupta Lead Software Development Engineer, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft On March 31, we released all of the source code for the Microsoft Spectrum Observatory under an open source software license, a move that will increase opportunity for collaboration with academics, governments...
8 Apr 2014
Microsoft hosts conversation addressing myths and realities of unlicensed TV white spaces
Posted by Jeff Meisner Editor, Microsoft on the Issues On Dec. 17, Microsoft’s Innovation & Policy Center in Washington, D.C. assembled panelists from the New America Foundation, Texas Instruments, the Institute for Complex Systems Simulation and Lerman Senter PLLC law firm to offer insight...
20 Dec 2013
The Week in Tech Policy: Oct. 8th Edition – The Debate on Cybersecurity, Warrantless Mobile Device Tracking & More
Posted by Jeff Meisner Editor, Microsoft on the Issues In this edition of The Week in Tech Policy, we have stories on the continuing debates around cybersecurity, warrantless tracking of Americans’ mobile devices and more. Debate on cybersecurity continues. Gen. Keith Alexander, the head...
8 Oct 2012
White House CTO Talks Future of Tech in 2012 with Microsoft and Politico
Posted by Fred Humphries Vice President, U.S. Government Affairs, Microsoft Earlier today, Microsoft and Politico hosted a conversation with White House Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra on the future of technology at Microsoft’s Innovation & Policy Center in Washington, D.C. The event...
23 Jan 2012
The Week in Tech Policy – July 30th Edition
Posted by Jeff Meisner Editor, Microsoft on the Issues In this edition of The Week in Tech Policy, we have stories on the online sales tax debate, online education, wireless spectrum and more. Reshaping online education. In this July 20 post on his Taking Note blog , veteran NPR and PBS education...
30 Jul 2012
Broadband White Spaces – Ready to Go Global
Posted by Dan Reed Corporate Vice President, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft Around the world, the demand for broadband is booming. This presents great opportunities, but also some challenges. Broadband fuels economic growth and enriches peoples’ lives, but unprecedented traffic levels mean...
25 Apr 2012
The Week in Tech Policy – Aug. 27th Edition
Posted by Jeff Meisner Editor, Microsoft on the Issues In this edition of The Week in Tech Policy, we have stories on the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband progress report, wireless spectrum and California’s new Location Privacy Act. Federal Communications Commission...
27 Aug 2012
TV White Spaces Spectrum: An Update from Singapore
Posted by Paul Mitchell Senior Director, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft Earlier this year, the Singapore White Spaces Pilot Group (SWSPG) launched a significant pilot of wireless broadband using TV White Spaces (TVWS) . As part of the momentum of this pilot, the SWSPG convened a one day workshop...
12 Oct 2012
Unlicensed TV Band Spectrum: Creating a Nimble Framework for Our Economic Future
Posted by Dan Reed Corporate Vice President, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft All of us have experienced the “spectrum crunch” when using our wireless devices. Dropped voice calls and slow data transfers are symptoms. The crunch is a consequence of both rising demand and spectrum management...
17 Feb 2012
Cambridge Trial Will Explore Better Use of Broadcast Spectrum
Posted by Dan Reed Corporate Vice President, Technology Policy Strategy & Extreme Computing Group, Microsoft Imagine a five-lane freeway at rush hour. Except on this freeway, four of the lanes are assigned to specific purposes and can only be used by a certain class of vehicles. Some of the assigned...
27 Jun 2011
Super Wi-Fi: An Important Part of our Wireless Broadband Future
Posted by Dan Reed Corporate Vice President, Technology Policy Groups, Microsoft The United States Congress Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction is hard at work on ways to bring our nation’s financial house in order, and drive the economic growth essential to our future. While there are...
3 Nov 2011
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