Tag: fcc

Cable Unbundling and A La Carte: Pretty Dumb Cost-Saving Ideas

Cable Unbundling and A La Carte: Pretty Dumb Cost-Saving Ideas

Without embarrassing anyone in particular – many people called for unbundling of cable fees in favor of a la carte
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FCC Thoughts on Network Security

FCC Thoughts on Network Security

One of our TMC sister sites covered the issue of SS7 security back in 2017. “The security issues will not
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Heading Back from CTIA Wireless 2011

I had a good week down in Orlando, FL at the CTIA show with many meetings. Some highlights included much
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Google Furthers Android Everywhere Strategy

Google’s recent Phonetic Arts purchase shows the search leader is serious about seeing Android in virtually any and every device
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AT&T Churn Rate Insanely Low

Gary Kim does a great job explaining in an articlethat Customers will put up with a a lot of imperfection
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FCC on Cable Competition

Greg’s update on the FCC and cable competition is certainly worth a read. This FCC ruling is good news is
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AT&T/BellSouth FCC Vote to Take Place

The AT&T/BellSouth merger has been deliberated by the FCC for quite some time. On October 13 of this year reports
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Sucker List

The sucker list is a bad place to be. It is a list of gullible people who will fall for
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Canada Deregulates VoIP

So I am not breaking this news at all but is important enough for me to cover. I heard about
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Showing Kevin Martin the Door

David Isenberg weighs in on FCC Chairman Kevin martin and why he should be shown the exit. Here is an
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