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To support the continuing growth of data traffic on mobile networks and offset the increasing strain all this traffic is placing on those networks, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has made unused wireless TV spectrum (commonly referred to as “white spaces”) available for open, free and unlicensed use. As a result of this regulatory change, it is expected that anyone can become a wireless Internet provider, users will see new, inexpensive or free Wi-Fi®-like services emerging, and suppliers will see new customers coming from sources other than traditional operator markets.
This new environment requires a rich and complete ecosystem that can provide the supplier expertise and services for new equipment support, distribution methodology, and customer billing and payment, which will enable seamless and profitable white spaces use and operation.
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