Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Telco Access & Interconnection Making You Nuts?

Mistakes and missteps in engineering, provisioning and managing your access
and interconnection networks elements can cost your firm millions – and lead to inefficient operations and poor service to your customers. That's why you should make plans now to attend CCMI's Understanding Telco Access & Interconnection conference on Oct 20 and 21, in Washington, DC. Click here to get the best deal...

This comprehensive 1½-day program is led by access and interconnection expert Andy Regitsky, a savvy industry veteran who has worked and consulted on access and interconnection with interexchange carriers, LECs and regulators for more than 20 years.

Join him and your peers at this conference and you'll:

* Get a solid grasp of the regulatory environments that determine price, availability and performance of access and interconnection services.

* Understand how coming legal, regulatory and legislative changes will
impact your ongoing network costs.

* See how the piece parts of access and interconnection

* Learn how and where competition – or its absence – influences you network

* And much more.

Understanding Telco Access & Interconnection is the best way to make sure you and your staff are operating with the skills and knowledge needed to manage your local network costs. In fact, CCMI guarantees it! If after attending Understanding Telco Access & Interconnection, you don't feel you have a deeper understanding of access and interconnection, CCMI will refund 100% of your registration fee, no questions asked.

Don't miss this chance to make sure you and your staff are up to speed on every aspect of your local and long distance access networks... reserve your place now online at http://www.ccmi.com/telcoaccess/home.html?WT.mc_id=C1096DIDX or call (866) 620-5938.

DIDX is a media sponsor for this event in order to share with its 11,000+ service provider members at www.didx.net with information and discussion on access and interconnections, such important issues to the telephony industry. Other events DIDX sponsors are listed at http://www.didx.net/events.

What this post is really about? USAC, FCC, sales and use, communications, federal excise, rural empowerment, footprint, and you know, all the headache, making sense of it and understanding it all.

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