e911

 

CommPartners Suspends Residential VoIP Services

Wholesale IP provider CommPartners is suspending the sale and provisioning of residential services until it can comply fully with the FCCs E911 mandate, probably around the end of August. The provider said it knows the decision has a very disruptive effect for partners who focus on the residential market. CommPartners has seen delays in the […]

Cordia Outfits Network with E911 Calling

Cordia Corp., a Florida-based CLEC, has added E911 emergency calling services on its VoIP network. The services work for Cordias U.S. customers and meet the FCCs mandate requiring all VoIP providers to offer reliable E911 calling, the company said on Tuesday. Cordias IP Services development group has been able to successfully integrate E911 calling capabilities […]

NENA Approves i2 VoIP Architecture for E911

The National Emergency Number Association (NENA) board of directors has approved the NENA Interim VoIP Architecture for Enhanced 911 Services, known as i2. This is NENA’s first major standard on the VoIP and enhanced 911 (E911) system interface. The i2 standard is regarded as an interim system enabling VoIP service providers to deliver E911 service […]

Tex-Link Converts UNE-P Customers with Concretios Help

Tex-Link Communications Inc., a Texas CLEC, is using Concretio Inc.s CompleteSuite of OSS modules to convert wholesale UNE-P customers to its network. CompleteSuite automates the loop and porting transactions, updates the softswitch, and creates and uploads the CNAM, LIDB, CARE and E911 transactions for each order. It literally flips customers from UNE-P service to our […]

FCC Sticks to Nov. 28 Deadline, but Changes Likely

As pressure mounted for the FCC to relent on its deadline for VoIP E911, the U.S. regulatory agency stuck to its guns in the short term, continuing to insist that VoIP service providers file letters of compliance by Nov. 28. However, the breadth of voice being raised in opposition to the FCCs actions with regard […]

Court Refuses to Stay FCC VoIP Order

The U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Columbia today refused to stay the FCCs VoIP E911 order, leaving open the opportunity for the order to go into effect on Nov. 28, the deadline set by the FCC for VoIP providers to offer E911 service. The court did not make any ruling on the substantive […]

Nuvio Files with Court to Stay FCC E911 Order

Nuvio Corp., a provider of wholesale hosted PBX services, has taken another step in its efforts regarding the FCCs June order giving VoIP service providers just 120 days to implement an E-911 service. After filing an appeal last week with the FCC, and waiting the required 10 days, the company now has filed with the […]

Countdown to VoIP E911 Compliance

With compliance deadlines for the FCCs VoIP E911 Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking looming, lets take a look at the specific obligations it requires with respect to customer notification, technical compliance and compliance reporting. While some of the preliminary deadlines have passed, primary compliance with technical and reporting requirements must be completed by […]

Nuvio Requests Stay of E911 Deadline

VoIP provider Nuvio Corp. said yesterday it has filed a motion with the FCC for a stay of the Nov. 28 deadline requiring VoIP service providers to have E911. Nuvio requested the FCC to stay a portion of its order until a nationwide solution is available to service providers. The company in August filed an […]

Concretio Enhances OSS to Automate UNE-P to On-Net Migration

Concretio Inc. (Booth 818) announces enhancements to its Complete Suite OSS products will allow the automatic conversion of customers riding UNE-P to an on-net platform. Complete Suite now automates the loop and porting transactions along with updating the switch and creating and uploading the CNAM, LIDB, CARE and E911 transactions for each order. John McManus, […]

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