New FCC Rules Favor Cyber Digital, Inc.; Permits Cyber Digital to Evolve as a UNE-P Provider for Mass Market Local Circuit Switching and Broadband Loops.NEW YORK New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of -- Cyber Digital, Inc. (OTC OTC
See over-the-counter market (OTC). BB: CYBD), a leading designer, software developer and manufacturer of advanced digital voice and broadband data switches, announced that FCC (1) (Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC, www.fcc.gov) The U.S. government agency that regulates interstate and international communications including wire, cable, radio, TV and satellite. The FCC was created under the U.S. adopts new rules that favor Cyber Digital to evolve as a UNE-P UNE-P Unbundled Network Element - Platform provider for Mass Market Local Circuit Switching A networking technology that provides a temporary, but dedicated, connection between two stations no matter how many switching devices the data are routed through. Circuit switching was originally developed for the analog-based telephone system in order to guarantee steady, consistent and High-Capacity Loops for broadband markets. The following is an extract of the news release issued by FCC on December 15, 2004:
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3. FCC, the new framework provides incentives for new entrants to invest in the telecommunications market in a way that best allows for innovation and sustainable competition.
Mass Market Local Circuit Switching: FCC ruled that incumbent LECs have no obligation to provide competitive LECs with unbundled access Unbundled access is required in the 1996 Act that incumbent local exchange carriers (LEC) have to provide competing telecommunications carriers with access to individual elements of the LEC'sown network on an unbundled basis. to mass market local circuit switching. FCC adopted a 12-month plan for competing carriers to transition away from use of unbundled mass market local circuit switching. This transition plan applies only to the embedded customer base, and does not permit competitive LECs to add new switching UNEs. During the transition period, competitive carriers will retain access to the UNE platform (i.e., the combination of an unbundled loop, unbundled local circuit switching, and shared transport) at a rate equal to the higher of (1) the rate at which the requesting carrier leased that combination of elements on June 15, 2004, plus one dollar, or (2) the rate the state public utility commission established after June 16, 2004 for this combination of elements, plus one dollar.
High-Capacity Loops: FCC adopted a 12-month plan for competing carriers to transition away from use of DS1- and DS3-capacity loops where they are not impaired, and an 18-month plan to govern transitions away from dark fiber loops. These transition plans apply only to the embedded customer base, and do not permit competitive LECs to add new high-capacity loop UNEs in the absence of impairment. During the transition periods, competitive carriers will retain access to unbundled facilities at a rate equal to the higher of (1) 115% of the rate the requesting carrier paid for the transport element on June 15, 2004, or (2) 115% of the rate the state commission established after June 16, 2004.
Unabridged news release can be found on the FCC's web site www.fcc.gov.
About Cyber Digital, Inc.
Cyber Digital, Inc., is a leading designer, software developer and manufacturer of a range of advanced distributed digital voice switches and high-performance Internet Protocol (IP) broadband systems, such as softswitches, routers, gateways, firewalls and servers for network operators worldwide. For more information, visit www.cyberdigitalinc.com
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