FCC Infrastructure Policies Boost US 5G Moves, Carr Says

Law360 (September 25, 2019, 6:33 PM EDT) -- Cutting red tape is helping the U.S. compete against China for dominance in emerging wireless technologies, despite a recent court setback, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr told a Washington, D.C., audience on Wednesday.

At the Americas Spectrum Management Conference, Carr said that policies to reduce the number of bureaucratic hurdles associated with installing new 5G "small cell" infrastructure has gone a long way to help the U.S. technology sector keep pace with the world superpower.

"China views 5G as a chance to flip the script. They want to lead the world economically in the next decade, and they think 5G is the way...

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