Tag: fcc

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
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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
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Phone Companies Get an FCC Spanking

A number of consumer advocacy groups and others have trying to encourage the FCC and government to put a stop
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VoIP e911 Forum

VoIP e911 is one of those issues that seems to linger on and on. It is a complicated issue and
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George Ou on Net Neutrality

George does a great job explaining his views on net neutrality. his views on net neutrality.The amount of political rhetoric
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Wireless Spectrum

Here are the details on the wireless spectrum auction held by the FCC. Some of the winners are JetBlue –
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The USF Wants You!

At this point it is beyond ludicrous to have VoIP providers pay into the USF. VoIP is just an application.
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Quoted in RCR Wireless

I was recently quoted in RCR Wireless a magazine from Crain Communications. If you don’t subscribe, you should check it
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Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau

Here is some news from the FCC that is long overdue in my opinion. The FCC voted unanimously to establish
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Internet Telephony Magazine April 2006 Publisher’s Outlook

The following is a portion of my April 2006 Internet Telephony Magazine Publisher’s Outlook: There is Enough Broadband Competition I
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