How the FCC may have saved the CLECs

Nolle, Thomas
May 1999
Network World;05/17/99, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p41
Trade Publication
Examines how the United States Federal Communications Commission saved competitive local exchange carriers from extinction. Co-location of switching technology; Rigid inspection of co-location space options in each central office.


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