AT&T strikes out in Chicago

Rohde, David
July 1997
Network World;07/07/97, Vol. 14 Issue 27, p32
Trade Publication
Discloses AT&T Corp.'s activities in Chicago, Illinois associated with its reselling of local exchange service from regional Bell operating companies. Use of Lucent Technologies 5ESS switch; Installation of undetermined length of underground fiberoptics; Utilization of small transceiver in its wireless local loop situation; Implication of the findings on the company's status as local exchange carrier.


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