TITLE

DSL + ISP = CLEC

AUTHOR(S)
Llana, Andy
PUB. DATE
November 1998
SOURCE
Communications News;Nov98, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Explains how Internet service providers can produce a windfall by using local exchange providers' (LEC) dry copper pair to provide T1/FT access to the Internet. Cheapness of dry copper pairs; Use of symmetric digital subscriber line (SDSL); xDSL technology; Provisioning outside the LEC; Illustration of application of the Internet to support multiple corporate remote locations. INSETS: Circle the wagons.;Some success stories..
ACCESSION #
1275706

 

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