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Commissioner Martin: The Fight is Up to You

In accepting the Champions of Competition award from the CompTel/ASCENT Alliance on Sunday, FCC Commissioner Kevin Martin admonished the industry to take up the fight. Its time to speak now or forever hold your peace, he said to an invitation-only audience gathered at the Anaheim Hilton on the first day of the associations spring conference […]

CLECs to Fed: Preserve Network Access

Posted: 2/2004 CLECs to Fed: Preserve Network Access By Josh Long Executives of telecommunications providers competing with the nations biggest phone companies met in December with Bush administration officials and FCC commissioners to relay a message: The competitive market Congress envisioned seven years ago is vibrant, and regulators must preserve the rules granting local phone […]

RESELLER CHANNEL: Long-Distance Resellers Moving to Any-Distance Bundle

Posted: 4/2003 Long-Distance Resellers Moving to Any-Distance Bundle By Josh Long AT&T Corp., WorldCom Inc. and Sprint Corp. have made it clear that providing American households local phone service is crucial to their future. They are not alone. Long-distance resellers say they also must incorporate any-distance calling to stay competitive with their larger rivals, including […]

Wholesale Channel: OSS Advances Preserve Promise of UNE-P

Posted: 1/2002 Wholesale Channel OSS Advances Preserve Promise of UNE-P By Fred Dawson Regional Bell Operating Company (RBOC) executives who view the unbundled network element platform (UNE-P) as a failed model for competition may soon find it’s harder to make their case. This, in part, is thanks to better UNE-P operational efficiencies and a new […]

Wholesale Channel

Posted: 1/2002 Wholesale Channel OSS Advances Preserve Promise of UNE-P Choose Your Web Hosting Wholesaler Well New PaeTec Partner Targets Resellers NextWave, FCC Settle Dispute Over PCS Licenses NEWS BRIEFS

Not Necessarily News

Posted: 09/2000 Overheard … “Competition in communications, like other ‘networked’ industries such as electric power, railroads and airlines, depends on open, cost-effective and nondiscriminatory connection of the networks of competing companies.” –James Q. Crowe, president and CEO, Level 3 Communications Inc. (www.level3.com), on megamergers and competition in the telecommunications industry. Plug Pulled on Park PayphoneCalifornia’s […]

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