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Published on December 12th, 2012 | by Gizmodo

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Apple, Samsung, Nokia, and Others Urge Congress to Free Up Spectrum

A band of tech giants, including Apple, Samsung, and Nokia, has sent a letter—yes, a letter!—to Congress, urging it to free more spectrum for mobile data. The Hill reports that the companies explained to congress that “authorizing new spectrum auctions is timely and relevant” to current debates over the “fiscal cliff”. They went on to explain : It wasn’t just Apple, Samsung and Nokia though: add to that list Intel, RIM, Qualcomm, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, and Ericsson, all of whom are thirsty for spectrum

Apple, Samsung, Nokia, and Others Urge Congress to Free Up SpectrumA band of tech giants, including Apple, Samsung, and Nokia, has sent a letter—yes, a letter!—to Congress, urging it to free more spectrum for mobile data.

The Hill reports that the companies explained to congress that “authorizing new spectrum auctions is timely and relevant” to current debates over the “fiscal cliff”. They went on to explain:

It wasn’t just Apple, Samsung and Nokia though: add to that list Intel, RIM, Qualcomm, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, and Ericsson, all of whom are thirsty for spectrum. Clearly, the group don’t rate attempts of the scientists and engineers who are trying to solve the problem by advancing technology. Whichever way it happens, let’s hope that spectrum doesn’t get too clogged, too soon. [The Hill via Verge]

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