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Texas Judge Guts Telecom Act

Posted: 02/1998 Texas Judge Guts Telecom Act PHOENIX–While revelers tipped their glasses to the New Year, U.S. District Judge Joe Kendall in Wichita Falls, Texas, gutted the Telecommunications Act of 1996 by declaring that regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) need not comply with the 14-point competitive checklist before entering the long distance arena. Prior to […]

The Sky Is Falling, and There’s Nothing YouCan Do About It

Posted: 02/1998 The Sky Is Falling, and There’s Nothing You Can Do About It By Debera Bell-Beam Chicken Little created more than a few anxious moments for those who believed her greatly exaggerated rumor of the world’s imminent demise. It turned out, after all, that she had misinterpreted a natural event. Whether such is the […]

The OSS Obligation

Posted: 02/1998 The OSS Obligation Do Operational Support Systems Represent the Final Hurdle to the InterLATA Market? By Andrew O. Isar A look at a recent proposed Illinois order reveals just how close Ameritech may be to fulfilling its operational support systems (OSS) requirements–at least in the opinion of an Illinois Commission hearing examiner–while pointing […]

The OSS Obligation

Posted: 01/1998 The OSS Obligation Do Operational Support Systems Represent the Final Hurdle to the InterLATA Market? By Andrew O. Isar A look at a recent proposed Illinois order reveals just how close Ameritech may be to fulfilling its operational support systems (OSS) requirements–at least in the opinion of an Illinois Commission hearing examiner–while pointing […]

What Will the Big Three Do?

Posted: 11/1997   What Will the Big Three Do? By Gary Kim Perhaps the only job in corporate America more challenging than the helm of AT&T is the CEO spot at Apple Computer. For with the addition of the IXC Communications and Qwest networks, there now are six nationwide optical long distance infrastructures. WorldCom is […]

The Sky Is Falling, and There’s Nothing YouCan Do About It

Posted: 11/1997   The Sky Is Falling, and There’s Nothing You Can Do About It By Debera Bell-Beam Chicken Little created more than a few anxious moments for those who believed her greatly exaggerated rumor of the world’s imminent demise. It turned out, after all, that she had misinterpreted a natural event. Whether such is […]

The OSS Obligation

Posted: 11/1997   The OSS Obligation Do Operational Support Systems Represent the Final Hurdle to the InterLATA Market? By Andrew O. Isar A look at a recent proposed Illinois order reveals just how close Ameritech may be to fulfilling its operational support systems (OSS) requirements–at least in the opinion of an Illinois Commission hearing examiner–while […]

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