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OTT players overview
May 19, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft continue to lobby for the opening of mid-band spectrum resources for unlicensed and flexible use, with varying positions on licensing rules for mmWave bands. All four OTT players are positioning, in varying degrees, to move into telecom networks markets as vendors supporting 5G, edge computing… Read more...

Google
May 11, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

Google has broad interests in spectrum resources across a range of bands that are predominantly unlicensed. Read more...

OTT players have a lot at stake at WRC-23
Apr 29, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

WRC-23 is likely to be more important for OTT players than any previous WRC in terms of protecting and expanding their interests in license-exempt spectrum. Facebook, Google and Microsoft are focused on unlicensed spectrum and the three will not favour IMT identifications across a range of mid-band frequency ranges that… Read more...

OTT players overview (2020)
Apr 09, 2020
by PolicyTracker

OTT players depend on cheap and ubiquitous broadband access. They promote this by campaigning for unlicensed spectrum, sharing and innovative technologies which stimulate competition or connect the developing world. Read more...

Google (2020)
Apr 01, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Google and its parent Alphabet have broad interests in spectrum resources across a range of bands that are predominantly unlicensed. Google is particularly focused on mid-band 3.5 GHz and 6 GHz and mmWave 60 GHz spectrum. Google is a strong proponent of spectrum sharing and is a Charter member of… Read more...

OTT players: a spectrum policy overview (September 2019)
Jan 22, 2020
by PolicyTracker

OTT players depend on cheap and ubiquitous broadband access. They promote this by campaigning for unlicensed spectrum, sharing and innovative technologies which stimulate competition or connect the developing world. Read more...

Google (2019)
Nov 04, 2019
by Dugie Standeford

Google remains focused on the use of unlicensed spectrum. Submissions to regulators in past months showed particular interest in maximised access to mid-band spectrum and in greater use of dynamic spectrum sharing. Read more...

Google (2019)
Aug 02, 2018
by Dugie Standeford

Google remains a strong proponent of unlicensed spectrum, sharing and dynamic spectrum sharing. Over the past year it has  focused on the 3.5 GHz, 6 GHz and over 95 GHz bands in particular. It continues to run a TV white space database. Read more...

What motivates OTT players’ approach to spectrum?
Oct 06, 2017
by Martin Sims

The OTT players offer services over the internet not access to it, so their priorities in spectrum policy are different to vendors or operators, whose business is the provision of infrastructure.  Read more...

Google (2017 entry)
Oct 06, 2017
by Dugie Standeford

Google is strongly focused on delivering services in the 3.5 GHz band. It is also a proponent of using spectrum in 70/80 GHz, 24 GHz and above 95 GHz. Read more...