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AT&T should set sights higher than repackaging DSL with Project Lightspeed

Are cable franchise agreements needed for AT&T to move forward on its deployment of Project Lightspeed?

If you're going to go through all this redeployment, AT&T should be setting its sights higher on real broadband and long-term capabilities. Providing another flavor of DSL is shortsighted.

The marketing strategy of Project Lightspeed should be to ......

Full article >>> households as part of the initial rollout. As a result, AT&T is making plans to deliver AT&T U-verse products and services to homeowners as they become available, including:

1. High-quality video experience (featuring more than 200 channels) and set-top boxes (each with an internal DVR).

2. Video-on-demand (VOD) library featuring hundreds of hours of a variety of programming.
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Full article >>> ly a giant step forward for the average consumer, why did Geneva, Ill. (who wanted fiber in an earlier referendum) say no? This was found in a recent suburban Chicago news article:

AT&T officials have said because their project is Internet-based that the company is not required to have a franchise agreement.

"They're wrong, said Peter Collins, Geneva's information tec......

Full article >>> ed service is referred to as "IP-enabled (apparently the fig leaf for not treating it as cable service and not requiring a cable franchise).

2. The agreement carries no franchise fee nor any other fee or payment to the city.

3. The agreement has no term of years and AT&T can abandon or terminate its service or the agreement at will.

4. AT&T "will work with Anaheim to pr......

Full article >>> s. In a recent Multichannel News article, there is one court decision on a case involving Walnut Creek, Calif., which also barred AT&T from putting in the new service:

Cities are within their rights to demand a franchise of AT&T for its video service, according to a ruling from a judge in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

The judge, however,......

Full article >>> rlini@sbcglobal.net or 773-370-1888. Copyright 2006 Jim Carlini.

The opinions expressed herein or statements made in the above column are solely those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Wisconsin Technology Network, LLC. (WTN). WTN, LLC accepts no legal liability or responsibility for any claims made or opinions expressed herein.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jim Carlini 04/26/06


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