DSL providers, cable providers, incumbent local exchange carriers (ILEC's), competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC'S), the remaining Building Centric Local Exchange Carriers (BLEC's), and comparative new comers such as the Gigabit Ethernet providers should all produce winners - only a better ouija board than I have will allow, any of- us to pick which providers will b the ultimate winners today.
What does LEC stand for?
LEC stands for Local Exchange Carrier (telephony)
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- Liquid Encapsulated Czochralski Method (semiconductors)
- Liquid Encapsulated Czochralsky (crystal growth method)
- Little East Conference (athletics)
- Livestock Equipment Council
- Living Enrichment Center (Oregon)
- Local Emergency Coordinator
- Local Employment Committee
- Local Engineering Change
- Local Engineering Competition (Board of European Students of Technology; Aalborg University; Denmark)
- Local Exchange Companies
- Locally Employed Civilian
- Lockheed Electronics Company
- Lodge Executive Committee Meeting (Order of the Arrow, Tamegonit Lodge 147, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
- Logan Entertainment Centre (Australia)
- Logical Equivalence Check (engineering, electronics, design automation, formal verification)
- London European Club (London, UK)
- London Euston Crewe (UK engineers line reference)
- Long Evans Cinnamon (rat species)
- Low Emissions Combustion
Samples in periodicals archive:
CTE's primary operating segments are: Commonwealth Telephone Company ("CT"), the nation's seventh largest publicly held independent local exchange carrier, which has been operating in various rural Pennsylvania markets since 1897; and, CTSI, LLC ("CTSI"), a local exchange carrier operating in competitive markets outside CT's territory, that formally commenced operations in 1997.
CTE's primary operating segments are: Commonwealth Telephone Company ("CT"), the nation's eighth largest publicly held independent local exchange carrier, which has been operating in various rural Pennsylvania markets since 1897; and, CTSI, LLC ("CTSI"), a local exchange carrier operating in competitive markets outside CT's territory, that formally commenced operations in 1997.
NEW YORK -- Incumbent local exchange carriers (ILEC) will experience escalating operational pressures such as competitive entry, technological substitution, weak service demand, and inconsistent regulatory policies, according to a report by Fitch Ratings.
The report, 'Telecom Access Reform: Widespread Support May be Impossible,' is a supplement to a Fitch Ratings special report titled 'The Potential VoIP Effect on the Local Exchange Carrier Industry,' released May 2004.
FairPoint, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, provides centralized network engineering, IP expertise and product evaluation and certification among other services to its 26 rural local exchange carrier companies or RLECs.
Fitch estimates that VoIP will represent approximately 10 million lines by 2008, resulting in a projected annual revenue loss of more than $7 billion for the local exchange carrier industry.
the "Company" or "MIG") (currently traded as: OTCPK:MTRM - Common Stock and OTCPK:MTRMP - Preferred Stock), the owner of interests in various communications and media businesses in Russia, Eastern Europe and the Republic of Georgia, today announced that its Russian telephony subsidiary, PeterStar, has entered into transactions permitting it to acquire 80% of the outstanding shares of Pskov City Telephone Network ("PGTS"), an incumbent local exchange carrier in North-West Russia.