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CNOC defends fibre resale proposal

telecom | 03/01/2021 5:02 pm EST

The Competitive Network Operators of Canada (CNOC) recently defended its application for a “retail internet service resale” (RISR) framework for fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) services from incumbent claims that the application is effectively an "end-run" around existing CRTC proceedings for the creation of a disaggregated fibre regime.  In a reply filed with the regulator last Thursday, CNOC rejected incumbent characterizations of the original application as a delay tactic.  Contrary to BCE Inc.'s claim, CNOC argued, the organization "does not prejudge that a modified disaggregated...

‘An existential crisis’: CNOC files Part 1 on disaggregated criteria

telecom | 11/07/2018 5:13 pm EST

TORONTO — An industry group representing smaller internet providers is asking the CRTC to reconsider aspects of its disaggregated wholesale internet service regime, which it...