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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 […]

PAETEC Helps VoIP Providers Comply with 911 Rules

PAETEC Communications Inc. said yesterday it has created a transport service that helps VoIP providers comply with looming federal requirements regarding emergency 911 access. PAETEC says its Emergency Access Transport Service will allow VoIP providers to use its dedicated T1s to terminate emergency calls to the appropriate PSAP in the callers location. A PSAP is […]

Unraveling the VoIP Deployment Knot

New VoIP service deployments crowd the headlines of every telecom publication. Its not just the Vonages and the Lingoes of the world deploying the technology, but now its Verizon Communications Inc. and EarthLink Inc. and, possibly, eBay Inc. This gold rush includes many competitive providers who see the technology as potentially a way to compete […]

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