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IP transition


President Obama has announced a new U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) initiative that will expand high speed broadband to more families across the country.


Background: Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) outlined plans for an order updating rules of the road for transitioning from legacy copper to next-generation networks.


On Monday, June 22, 2015, Jonathan Banks, Patrick Brogan, and the undersigned of the United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) met with Matthew DelNero, Carol Mattey, Deena Shetler, Randy Clark


USTelecom is the nation’s oldest and largest association for providers of wired communications, and the overwhelming majority of its members offer broadband in rural and urban areas across th


The nation’s telecommunications providers are embracing the Internet protocol (IP) transition, migrating from traditional copper wire and coaxial cable to fiber-based networks.


On April 14, 2015, Diane Holland (USTelecom) sat on a panel with Daniel Kahn (FCC) before the American Petroleum Institute (API) to discuss issues related to the IP transition. Ms.


Technology is transforming traditional business models and bringing unprecedented innovation to digital consumers.


USTelecom analysis of state-by-state data show competition for voice service remains substantial and growing across all of the states.


An updated USTelecom analysis of residential voice competition data reaffirms previous research showing that an overwhelming majority of consumers are dropping traditional switched telephone landli