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January 2005
CED;Jan2005, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
This article presents the view of Adelphia Inc.'s chief telecommunications officer Marwan Fazan on various communication technology. As he says about PacketCable VoIP: "We're in initials now. Once we go through the trials, testing and evaluations, we'll go into launches in 2005, We haven't said how fast or where. But it's safe to say that we believe in VoIP. It will help us fend off competition as well as enter new sources of revenue." On DOCSIS 2.0, he adds up "The capabilities are there. We haven't completely turned it on. As we launch VoIR we will take advantage of 2.0 capabilities. We've said we would be about three-quarters DOCSIS 2.0 the end of [2004]. I think we'll come close to that."


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