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FCC Upholds Metro Competition

At yesterday’s VPF meeting a number of people had trouble believing that Verizon opening its network is an authentic move to help consumers. This is partly because the company while on the one hand was opening was on the other,...

FCC Delays the AT&T/BellSouth Merger Again

The FCC commissioners remain deadlocked on the AT&T/BellSouth merger and although it is widely believed the merger will happen, it is the conditions placed upon the new company – employing 300,000 employees that has ye to be decided. This article...

FCC: AT&T Now Guards the Cheese

Many people think one of the best things the FCC ever did was to put someone associated with COMPTEL on the commission. In my conversations at every level of the telecom industry, executives tell me consistently they think the FCC...

New Telephony on my VoIP Peering Panel

New Telephony does a great job describing my peering panel today in San Diego at Comptel. Here is an excerpt:The panel will be moderated by Rich Tehrani, president of communications media company TMC and founder of Internet Telephony, SIP and...

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin Speech

Today, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin spoke at the Comptel Spring 2006 show to a group of a few hundred competitive service providers. Comptel is not the first place you would imagine the Chairman would speak. In fact I thought I...

Speaking in Atlanta

I am speaking in Atlanta today for Interactive Intelligence. I have totally reworked my presentation and it includes elements of Web 2.0 and using consumer VoIP software to your advantage in a contact center. The weather was pretty bad when...

Bush to Nominate Robert McDowell to FCC

President George W. Bush is expected to nominate telecommunications lawyer Robert McDowell to fill the third Republican seat on the five-member Federal Communications Commission according to a story from Reuters. This news is crucial to the future of telecommunications because...
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