TRO

(redirected from Triennial Review Order)
AcronymDefinition
TROTemporary Restraining Order
TROTrusted Root Object
TROTriple Rule Out (cardiology)
TROTraffic Regulation Order (UK)
TROTamil Rehabilitation Organization
TROTranstrochanteric Rotational Osteotomy (surgery)
TROTechnical ReadOut (gaming)
TROTrouts (FAO fish species code)
TROTriennial Review Order (FCC)
TROTricare Regional Office (Military Health System)
TROTempel Riddare Orden (Swedish: Order of the Knights Templar)
TROTraining and Readiness Oversight (US DoD)
TROTransitional Recovery Office (FEMA)
TROTherapeutic Recreation Ontario
TROTax Refund Offset
TROTrip Reduction Ordinance
TROTotal Retirement Outsourcing
TROTotal, Relaxed Organization
TROTransportation Officer
TROTax Recovery Officer (India)
TROThyroid-Related Orbitopathy (ophthalmology)
TROTruck Route Order
TROTechnical Reviewing Office
TROTest Requirement Outline
TROThomas Register Online
TROTailored Readiness Options
TROThreat Reduction Operations
TROThe Refined Obligation (band)
TROToro Peak, California (earthquake reporting station)
TROTeam Rallye Ouest (French automobile racing association)
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In August 2003, the FCC released the Triennial Review Order, in
The Commission modified its Triennial Review Order (108) to specify that it will evaluate whether a CLEC would incur impaired ability to compete in the absence of access to a particular ILEC network element based on the capabilities of a "reasonably efficient" CLEC competitor.
The Triennial Review Order, adopted in February 2003 and released in August 2003, proposed a new impairment standard and narrowed the unbundling obligations in several areas.
Among the topics discussed were the ever-growing areas of competition, the hottest new services slated for 2004 and 2005, and the long-anticipated and still-to-be-determined effects of the Federal Communication Commission's Triennial Review Order released Aug.
Besides the abolishment of line sharing, the triennial review order is therefore phasing out mass-market local circuit switching as a required unbundled element and with it the UNEP.