7 billion deal - combining two of the seven regional Bell operating companies that were spun off in the 1984 breakup of AT&T - would serve the public interest.
What does RBOCs stand for?
RBOCs stands for Regional Bell Operating Companies (seven original Bell operating companies that were formed as a result of the AT&T divestiture)
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While AT&T, MCI and Sprint have captured much of today's market, the legislation will allow the seven regional Bell operating companies to enter the business.
Switched multimegabit data service was developed by Bellcore and the regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) to connect local area data networks using standard, telephone-like numbering and addressing.
As the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) transform themselves to compete against the cable industry, they are creating a boom market for suppliers.
MFS is the nation's largest provider of competitive local access services and competes directly with all seven Regional Bell Operating Companies.
TL 9000 compliance is a critical requirement for providing network infrastructure solutions to most telcos around the world including the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOC) in the United States.
The company develops, manufactures, markets and supports enhanced voice processing platforms for Regional Bell Operating Companies, interexchange carriers, long distance providers, cellular and international telecommunications companies.
With the entry of regional bell operating companies (RBOCs) into the inter-local access and transport area (inter-LATA) long-distance markets, the pricing pressures have increased, especially in the medium and large enterprise segment.