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The Demarc Extension and Its Role in the Enterprise Network Telecommunications Infrastructure
Demarc extensions have been a recurring gray area in the telecommunications industry for years. There is often misconception when it comes to who actually

telecommunications regulation  in the Enterprise Network Telecommunications Infrastructure Demarc Extension Nationwide was developed by Concert Technologies to address the deregulation and associated FCC regulation that every circuit installed must have a demarc extension due to the separation required between the access provider's network and the premise at which the circuit is delivered. Source: Demarc Extension Nationwide Resources Related to The Demarc Extension and Its Role in the Enterprise Network Telecommunications

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CC&B for Telecommunications Industries

Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions for telecommunications providers typically provide mediation; provisioning; retail rating and billing; reporting; financial systems; packages, discounts, and promotions characteristics; and billing for voice, data, content, and utility services.  

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Oracle Renders Its PLM Outline Part One: Event Summary


Although its PLM solutions will not likely be the "all things to all people" any time soon, Oracle might be showing us its ability to develop its own applications in collaborative effort with its prominent customers.

telecommunications regulation  such as A&D, automotive, telecommunications, consumer packaged goods (CPG), government, high-tech, healthcare and life sciences. Furthermore, most PLM vendors focus on specific vertical industries, and their solutions have been developed to solve the specific needs of those industries (e.g., CPG companies' emphasis on maintaining and extending the value and variety of merchandize brands, pharmaceuticals and life sciences concern with ensuring regulatory compliance, high-tech and fashion verticals focused Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part One: Event Summary and Market Impact


Although its service-oriented architecture-based platform and enterprise solutions will not likely be "all things to all people" any time soon, Oracle might be showing its ability to further develop its own enterprise infrastructure and applications via a blitz acquisition of a Collaxa, a small and focused vendor, despite its unwavering appetite for direct, large competitors.

telecommunications regulation  and defense (A&D), automotive, telecommunications, consumer packaged goods (CPG), government, high-tech, healthcare, and life sciences. An example of Oracle focusing on verticals would be that the Oracle E-Business Suite 11i.10 release includes multiple enhancements for the for the process industry, such as complete support for the above 21 CFR 11 compliance, a graphical recipe designer, and clinical trails data management. Also, rather than traditionally delivering a horizontally broad, functional Read More

Telco Charged with Trickery on Technology


Bell Atlantic is charged with failing to fulfill promises to bring DSL and other high-speed Internet access to the home.

telecommunications regulation  the state's Department of Telecommunications and Energy (DTE), alleges that Bell Atlantic (then New England Telephone) achieved approval for price-based regulation by promising to develop enhanced cable and video services. The charges are disputed by Bell Atlantic and by a DTE commissioner who admit that the company made such representations in public statements about its plans, but that they were not tied to the eventual regulation. The complainants believe that Bell Atlantic misled Massachusetts Read More

Outsourcing in Latin America


Global economic instability has modified the configuration in the worldwide outsourcing market. Find out what impact the crisis has had for Latin America players, according to new data, as well as the steps they should take to survive and—perhaps—prosper.

telecommunications regulation  along with an efficient telecommunications infrastructure to improve its outsourcing services at a global level. Argentina and Uruguay —With high education rates, these two countries have continued to develop and encourage their outsourcing services. They count on their strong, skilled, and low-cost workforces to be considered as an ideal option for services such as IT and financial services. They expect to be also important players for the large Hispanic customer service sector within the US. Panama Read More

1105 Media, Inc.


1105 Media provides business-to-business research and media content, focusing on technology, products, policy, regulation, and news.

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Automotive Industry and Food, Safety, and Drug Regulations


Enterprise application providers wanting to address the distinct regulatory requirements of the automotive, food, safety, and life sciences industries need to offer enterprises industry-oriented enterprise resource planning systems that are sound and compliance-ready.

telecommunications regulation  Industry and Food, Safety, and Drug Regulations Automotive Industry Treading on Regulations The issues of quality and safety in the automotive industry have recently become about more than simply complying with such regulatory requirements as the Automotive Right-to-Repair bill. Rather, for companies in the automotive industry, these issues are about maintaining consumer confidence, making certain companies have a more competitive supply chain, and making profitable growth possible in spite of Read More

Voice-Over-Broadband Standards on the Horizon


Voice-Over Broadband standards are on the horizon. Today General Bandwidth, Inc. and Efficient Networks announced a business alliance to test interoperability between their two companies in the area of Voice-Over Broadband.

telecommunications regulation  General Bandwidth, Inc., a telecommunications manufacturer, is ready to deliver the first Voice-over-Broadband gateway designed for the customer premise market. General Bandwidth announced a strategic business alliance with Efficient Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:EFNT) to begin testing compatibility between Efficient's SpeedStream DSL product line and General Bandwidth's G6 broadband voice gateway. Market Impact The core of the business alliance formed between General Bandwidth, Inc. and Efficient Networks is Read More

The Global MSF Interoperability (GMI) 2004 Executive Summary


True multi-service, multi-vendor global networks are the future of the telecommunications industry. However, mazes of international standards and protocols can create barriers rather than solutions. For service providers and system suppliers alike, implementing standards for interoperability is far from simple. The MultiService Switching Forum (MSF) fills the void by developing implementation agreements that take standards from theory into practice.

telecommunications regulation  the future of the telecommunications industry. However, mazes of international standards and protocols can create barriers rather than solutions. For service providers and system suppliers alike, implementing standards for interoperability is far from simple. The MultiService Switching Forum (MSF) fills the void by developing implementation agreements that take standards from theory into practice. Read More

Even If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn’t Tell


Companies specializing in personalization of consumer relationships have formed a consortium and conducted their first research study. The conclusion is that you care about privacy but not enough to drive to the mall.

telecommunications regulation  If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn’t Tell Even If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn't Tell D. Geller - April 26th, 2000 Event Summary Twenty-six companies that have an interest in personalization technology have founded the Personalization Consortium. The companies range from marketing to technology specialists, and have as a major goal developing self-regulation guidelines to avoid government regulation of their industry. Concerns about such regulation have become acute since Read More

Management for Next-generation Multi-service System Networks


The history of telecommunications management is rife with examples of good technology failing to meet business requirements. Historically, while business has needed management of service definitions, technology has focused on element management, leaving a gap between what is desired and what is possible. If operational expenses are to be lowered, this gap must be closed.

telecommunications regulation  Networks The history of telecommunications management is rife with examples of good technology failing to meet business requirements. Historically, while business has needed management of service definitions, technology has focused on element management, leaving a gap between what is desired and what is possible. If operational expenses are to be lowered, this gap must be closed. Read More

IP PBX for Service Oriented Architectures: Communications Web Services


The capacity for service-oriented architecture (SOA) to provide a framework for next-generation enterprise telecommunications services has become a reality through the maturing of Web services technology. Such communications services can now take their rightful place alongside collaborating business processes to allow enterprises to achieve a fully integrated SOA, an architecture that can grow with the business and grow with technology.

telecommunications regulation  framework for next-generation enterprise telecommunications services has become a reality through the maturing of Web services technology. Such communications services can now take their rightful place alongside collaborating business processes to allow enterprises to achieve a fully integrated SOA, an architecture that can grow with the business and grow with technology. Read More

DPAS Ratings and Selecting ERP for Aerospace and Defense


Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) ratings are driven by regulation, but can be turned into a competitive advantage in the market for an aerospace and defense contractor or manufacturer running the right software. Selecting the right enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise asset management (EAM)), and other enterprise software is a challenge, and this white paper contains tips for a successful selection.

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What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean?


What does the “P” in PLM really mean? The question seems ambiguous since PLM may refer to many different things (such as an airport, a university, a railway company, etc.). Okay, so let me clarify what I mean. The PLM I’m talking about here is product lifecycle management. Now, the answer seems quite simple. However, my purpose is not to trick you with this silly question, but to explore the true

telecommunications regulation  Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean? What does the “P” in PLM really mean? The question seems ambiguous since PLM may refer to many different things (such as an airport, a university, a railway company, etc.). Okay, so let me clarify what I mean. The PLM I’m talking about here is product lifecycle management . Now, the answer seems quite simple. However, my purpose is not to trick you with this silly question, but to explore the true meaning of “product” under the PLM setting. So, what is a Read More