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bambam 12/4/2012 | 7:28:02 PM
re: Verizon Readies Fiber Optic Net If verizon are offering a new service.

which is more reliable than others available
does that mean they are using new technology to
deliver this service.

if so who is the vendor that is supplying
this new technology?

anybody know?
HarveyMudd 12/4/2012 | 7:28:02 PM
re: Verizon Readies Fiber Optic Net Verizon after grabing a loit of companies is trying to get into business in remote parts of the country.

Verizon and the remainder of the RBOCs have a management without much experience and education. The former linemen and trunkmen have assumed the control of the company.

The company has been consistently losing money.

It is over staffed at least by 25%.

SBC has also been very wasteful of resources. It deploys at least over 300 in its so called Research Division. It has no research or technology experience yet it continues to be involved in spurious activities with no predictable output.

SBC executives have forcibly assumed the reigns of the management without any concerns of the shareholder.
jrhamp 12/4/2012 | 7:28:01 PM
re: Verizon Readies Fiber Optic Net Qwest uses Cienna and Corvis to boost capacity-but, as those who follow Corvis know there is global carrier yet to named-could it be Verizon?
I hope so....rh
owl-light 12/4/2012 | 7:27:50 PM
re: Verizon Readies Fiber Optic Net And it's companies like these that suppliers are betting their life on. No wonder it's all falling apart.
catbrier 12/4/2012 | 7:27:13 PM
re: Verizon Readies Fiber Optic Net Nothing so imaginative. The Seattle area is the GTE part of Verizon, so it will probably be Nortel equipment. If it were in the northeast or mid-Atlantic, that would be Bell Atlantic territory and they don't seriously consider anything but Lucent. Old habits die hard.
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