damage

 

Judge Declares Transcom Legitimate ESP

Nearly three months after it declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy under pressure from the nations second-largest phone company, Transcom Enhanced Services, a wholesale VoIP network operator, has been vindicated by the courts. Transcom calls itself an enhanced services provider (ESP), a definition SBC took issue with and fought to erase. As a wholesale VoIP network operator, Transcom works […]

The Leader and the Damage Done

  No sooner had the stardust started settling in Washington following the inaugural to celebrate George Bush’s second term in office when word came out that Michael Powell, chairman of the FCC during Bush’s first term, was retiring from his post. My initial response was, “Boy, that’s wonderful news, but about two years too late.” […]

Collateral Damage

Posted: 4/2003 Collateral Damage Line Sharing Surprising Casualty of FCC Dealmaking By Josh Long Executives at Covad Communications Co. were stunned by the Federal Communications Commission decision to eliminate line-sharing requirements, particularly since two Democrat commissioners apparently phased out the regulations in order to make a compromise in its Triennial Review order governing telephone and […]

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