EXPO COMM: Regulation only one piece of access puzzle, says CRTC

EXPO COMM: Regulation only one piece of access puzzle, says CRTC

TORONTO - If Canada is not yet the halcyon of wireline and wireless connectivity it aims to be, don't blame...

November 5th, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

UPDATE: CRTC snubs incumbents with new regulations

UPDATE: CRTC snubs incumbents with new regulations

In an attempt to level the telecommunications landscape the federal government has changed the rules governing Canada's phone companies.The Canadian...

May 30th, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

CRTC snubs incumbents with new regulations

CRTC snubs incumbents with new regulations

In an attempt to level the telecommunications landscape the federal government has changed the rules governing Canada's phone companies.The Canadian...

May 30th, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

FCC proposes broadband deregulation

FCC proposes broadband deregulation

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently proposed to define high-speed broadband connections as information services, which would free providers...

February 28th, 2002 No Author

History repeating itself

History repeating itself

It has been said that two things in life are constant: death and taxes. Well, there's another: history repeating itself....

November 25th, 2001 Tim Kraskey

Evaluate a CLEC

Evaluate a CLEC

Even in these turbulent times, many companies are still interested in using competitive local exchange carriers. In addition to examining...

September 20th, 2001 Lisa Pierce

Carrier Briefs

Carrier Briefs

Despite experiencing frequent installation and provisioning problems, users are signing up for DSL services in droves. According to industry consulting...

March 22nd, 2001 No Author

Expanding local horizons

Expanding local horizons

When the federal government deregulated the local exchange market in 1997, the idea was that business users would benefit through...

December 16th, 1999 Michael Martin