Ops See E911 Confirmation Snags

Farrell, Mike
September 2005
Multichannel News;9/5/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 37, p8
Reports on the status of the notification conducted by multimedia service operators (MSO) with voice-over-Internet protocol services among its customers concerning the problems in accessing emergency-911 service as required by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in 2005. Deadline issued by the U.S. FCC regarding the notification of customers by MSO; Expectations of Charter Communications Inc. on its customers who will not provide an acknowledgement regarding 911 service; Concern of Comcast about soft disconnect during an emergency.


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