Monthly Archives: January 2014

AT&T plan to shut off Public Switched Telephone Network moves ahead at FCC

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to take its first major step toward letting AT&T and other carriers replace the country's traditional phone system with one that works entirely over Internet Protocol networks. AT&T has argued that the technology transition should be accompanied by deregulation that would strip the company of most of its monopoly-era…
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MDSL’S Top 10 Telecom Trends For 2014

Top Trend 1 If it can happen to Apple (twice) how can mere mortals prevent it? Our first prediction for 2014 will not be a great surprise. Given the inability of many users to follow the fairly simple rules of security for PCs and locked-down corporate devices, it will only be a short time until…
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MASS Welcome Package

Thank you for choosing MASS Communications as your service provider. This Welcome Package contains information about your account, troubleshooting, escalation and general procedures. Upon receiving your first invoice, your dedicated Account Manager will contact you to schedule a detailed review to ensure accuracy. Thank you for choosing MASS!
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The Open Internet | FCC.gov

Background One of the most important features of the Internet is its openness: It uses free, publicly available standards that anyone can access and build to, and it treats all traffic that flows across the network in roughly the same way. This design has made it possible for anyone, anywhere to easily launch innovative applications…
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