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Posted: 04/2002   Round Table … On the FCC’s NPRM reclassifying broadband services as information services and exempting them from common carriage regulation: “The chairman’s office told us to wait until we see the order before we jump to any conclusions, and we will. But I’m very troubled by this proceeding, because it could undermine […]

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Posted: 04/2002 RESELLER CHANNEL THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UNE Resellers Draw on UNE-P in Local Service Showdown Instead of letting the Bell operating companies beat them at the local game, competitive carriers are shooting for customers by using the unbundled network element platform (UNE-P). VARTEC-LIGHTYEAR MERGER BUST BLAMED ON BANKS What went wrong […]

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Posted: 03/2002 ROUND TABLE on the need for a national broadband plan “America cannot lead the world in growth if we don’t act soon to remove the narrowband governor on our economy. For us to seize the opportunity to keep American consumers at the vanguard of the broadband revolution, policymakers must seize this moment and […]

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Posted: 2/2002 Round Table   On FCC enforcement of Bell Section 271 compliance …  “As the BOCs continue to gain Section 271 approvals, the bureau may be getting more 271 complaints on backsliding in the coming months. We’re committed to handling them as quickly as we can. But [remember that] the purpose of enforcement is […]

ROUND TABLE: On bias toward facilities-based local market entry strategy…

Posted: 1/2002 ROUND TABLEOn bias toward facilities-based local market entry strategy… "Verizon has always said and, by the way, Congress through the Telecommunications Act of 1996 intended that facilities-based competition is the ultimate goal of a truly competitive marketplace. The system for leasing parts of a company’s network or reselling service was meant as an […]

Soap Box – Days of Reckoning for Telecoms May Lead VoIP Carriers to Promised Land

Posted: 12/2001 Soap Box Days of Reckoning for Telecoms May Lead VoIP Carriers to Promised Land By Eric Weiss Eric Weiss Voice over the Internet is enjoying new found respectability because it addresses the top three concerns of wholesale carriers today — profitability, quality and credit. Despite falling margins and a capital market that has […]

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Posted: 11/2001 Opinion ROUND TABLEOn the FCC’s approval to let Verizon Communications Inc. provide in-region, long-distance service in Pennsylvania . . .: “The record before us fails to prove that Verizon provides competitors with adequate wholesale bills. Verizon has therefore not yet met its burden of proving that it complies with item 2 of the […]

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Posted: 11/2001 Opinion ROUND TABLEOn the FCC’s approval to let Verizon Communications Inc. provide in-region, long-distance service in Pennsylvania . . .: “The record before us fails to prove that Verizon provides competitors with adequate wholesale bills. Verizon has therefore not yet met its burden of proving that it complies with item 2 of the […]

TRA Expo Lures Innovators for ‘Round the ClockNetworking

Posted: 01/2000 All The Right Stuff TRA Expo Lures Innovators for ‘Round the Clock Networking "The people who come by are not just people in off the street," said Tom Tilton, vice president of General Telecom Inc. (www.general-telecom.co.uk), a switch-partitioning company, surveying the show floor at the Telecommunications Resellers Assoc-iation (TRA) Fall ’99 show in […]

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