Integrated Access –A Sleeper?

Posted: 04/1999 Integrated Access –A Sleeper? By Gail Lawyer and Khali Henderson Digital subscriber line (DSL) is being billed as the technology that will help lower telecommunications costs for small and mid-sized businesses, while increasing the speeds with which they can send and receive data transmissions. But there’s another technology that some in the industry […]


Posted: 12/1998 Score! For Network Plus, Telecom is No Spectator Sport By Ken Branson It was the risk and reward, Rob Hale Jr. says, that got him started. He was 23 and a year out of Connecticut College, working in sales for the former MCI Communications Co. It was a good job and he was […]

Stop the Music!

Posted: 09/1998 Stop the Music! It used to be you could enjoy the Sunday paper with your coffee. If the headlines were jaw-dropping, the worst that could happen was a little soggy newsprint with your eggs and toast. Now, with 24-hour online news, it’s hazardous to health–yours or your computer’s–what with the risk of electrocution, […]

PICCs Unfairly Pick on Long Distance Resellers

Posted: 04/1998 Long distance resellers are getting clobbered by new per-line fees known as preferred interexchange carrier charges, or PICCs. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this year instituted PICCs as an outgrowth of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. The FCC also recently decreased the amount long distance carriers must pay local exchange carriers (LECs) to […]

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