Posted by Jeff Carlisle on September 5, 2011
After several years of working in the Washington regulatory environment, both on staff at the Federal Communications Commission and now here at LightSquared, I’ve become accustomed to what is usually an adversarial process. For the most part, I have come to believe our critics are mostly people of good faith
LightSquared Provides Critical Satellite Communications to Hurricane Irene Emergency Management Teams
Posted by Frank Boulben on August 26, 2011
During an otherwise sleepy August summer, the East Coast was jolted by a confluence of unlikely events: a historic earthquake and a hurricane within days of each other.
The fact that both events occurred near the somber 10-year anniversary of 9/11 serves as a reminder about how much progress this nation
Posted by Jeff Carlisle on August 25, 2011
More and more Americans are getting excited about LightSquared’s nationwide broadband wireless network. In recent weeks, hundreds of elected officials, public safety officers and community leaders have written to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to support the effort to find a technical solution that will allow LightSquared to move forward
Posted by Frank Boulben on August 15, 2011
While everyone enjoys a Cinderella story, this one is certainly not a fairy tale. This is a story of a business model which has seen a great share of success globally, and when it finally makes its mark in the U.S., subsequently changes the wireless broadband landscape as we know
Posted by Sanjiv Ahuja on July 29, 2011
Yesterday we announced a broad-ranging, 15-year agreement with Sprint. The agreement includes spectrum hosting and network services, 4G wholesale and 3G roaming. You can read about the details here. Suffice it to say, I couldn’t be more enthusiastic about this significant milestone in executing our operational plan.
The LightSquared-Sprint agreement is
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