Going the Extra E911 Mile

Hearn, Ted
August 2005
Multichannel News;8/15/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 33, p3
Cites the efforts of Time Warner Cable to comply with regulations by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding voice-over Internet Protocol (voIP) subscriber notification of potential emergency 911 (E911) malfunctions. Move of the FCC to order the disconnection of VoIP customers who fail to acknowledge the E911 warnings; Number of VoIP customers in the New York metro area; Percentage of Charter Communications' customers who responded to its mailing.


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