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Published on Mar 20, 2009
The Internet Society - NY Chapter (ISOC-NY) & the Open Infrastructure Alliance (OIA) present a 25th Anniversary Assessment of the Breakup of AT&T
The goal of this conference was to outline the history of the last 25 years, discuss the current market issues, then give a view of the future of broadband and telecom in the US that has been mostly untold in the media. It is a future that leads to ubiquitous, very high speed networks based on an infrastructure that is open to all competitors -- giving customers choice, lower prices and new quality products and innovative services. And widely acknowledged as critical for long term economic growth.
How does America get gigabit, open and ubiquitous, broadband telecom infrastructure?
EVENT: Has Divestiture Worked? LOCATION: Warren Weaver Hall, NYU DATE: Mar 6 2009
PANEL 3: The Future State and Alternative Approaches: * Fred Goldstein - The current state of fiber optic networks. Are new models like Structural Separation needed now? * NYC Community Fiber Project. * Dana Spiegel - The future of broadband spectrum. * W. Scott McCollough - Legally rewiring telecom infrastructure: What is possible? Divestiture2? Separation?