InterCarrier Compensation


Will Wheeler Get the FCC Back on Track?

America needs an FCC that is willing and able to address the rapidly changing environment of telecommunications and IP communications can Thomas Wheeler make that happen?

A Taxing Issue for Broadband

While changes do need to occur, discussing new taxes on broadband during a presidential election is a nonstarter.

10 More Wonderful Days

Interest in SIP trunks, SIP trunking and unified communications fell in 2011, while sales rose. The same held true for video conferencing, which was more surprising given the renewed interest in the technology.

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There will be no USF or ICC reforms for several years, but if not correctly devised, the impact on the Internet and IP-related services and applications will be devastating.

FCC Floundering May Be Over

For the first time in months it would seem the Democrats and Republicans on the FCC concur about the importance of something. It seems that the floundering over whether to modernize the USF and ICC system is over.

Universal Broadband?: FCC Looks to Reform ICC, USF

The FCC has proposed sweeping initiatives to reform the Universal Service Fund and intercarrier compensation as part of a plan to promote affordable broadband service across the nation through a Connect America Fund.

Peer-to-Peer Blog: Pins and Needles

The FCC voted to reform the Universal Service Fund and potentially eliminate the InterCarrier Compensation (ICC) system this week and there were no screams of protest.

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