Cable & Telecom

Wholesale fibre: CRTC denies another Review and Vary request from Bell

OTTAWA – The CRTC has turned down a Bell Canada request to review and vary an earlier Commission decision requiring the company to implement an outside meet-me point to support competitor interconnection to its disaggregated wholesale high-speed access (HAS) service.An outside meet-me point provides competitors with an external interconnection point to connect with the disaggregated wholesale HSA service through a fibre termination at a pedestal or a splicing enclosure located outside the central office or cable head-end.The Commission dismissed the request Wednesday after determining that it did not err in fact or in law, despite Bell’s assertions to the contrary.Click here...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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