Pac Bell survives power outage

Hurley, Hanna
December 1998
Telephony;12/21/98, Vol. 235 Issue 25, p50
Trade Publication
Details the success of Pacific Bell Corp. in providing continuous communication service in California despite a blackout. Background on the blackout; Equipment used by the company to prepare for emergencies.


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