U.S. Business and Residential CLEC Strategies

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Despite the fallout of several competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) over the last 3 years, the overall competitive landscape continues to expand. The entrance of Tier-1 carriers such as AT&T and MCI in the residential local voice services markets over the past 24 months has led to a decline in the incumbent local exchange carriers' (ILECs) market share. Within the business segment, consolidation on part of CLECs has not only expanded their network footprint but has also enabled these carriers to boost their product portfolio. This report focuses on CLEC activities in both residential and business services markets and analyzes overall trends as well as CLEC market size.

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U.S. Business and Residential CLEC Strategies, U.S. Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) StrategiesIntroductionResearch ScopeMarket DefinitionsExecutive SummarySummary of Key FindingsMarket Overview - Total Market AnalysisMarket ChallengesMarket DriversCLECs Combating a Multi-Tier Competitive EnvironmentNetwork Edge-out CLEC Initiatives of ILECsRegulatory AssessmentMarket Forecasts: Will CLEC Market Continue to Expand?CLEC Business StrategiesMarket OverviewCLEC Business Services Markets: Strategy and Trends AnalysisCLEC Business Services Revenue TrendsCLEC Residential StrategiesMarket OverviewMarket Forecasts Residential Competitive Operator StrategiesMarket Share AnalysisConclusionsMarket Outlook & CLEC RecommendationsFrost & Sullivan Industry Awards




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