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Triennial Review Order (17) in 2005 that effectively rendered most
In August 2003, the FCC released the Triennial Review Order, in
Various parties appealed the Triennial Review Order, and, on March
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.
(109.) First Modification of Triennial Review Order, supra note 102, at 2536.
2002); Triennial Review Order, supra note 59, rev'd sub nom.
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 Commission's findings in the Triennial Review Order that were expressly upheld are the three-year phase-out of line sharing, the decision not to require unbundling of FTTH, provisions governing hybrid copper-fiber loops, the elimination of enterprise switching, and the pricing and combination requirement.
Unbundling provisions in broadband markets were not directly affected by the latest Order, but had already been vacated by the USTA I decision and/or phased out in the Triennial Review Order in 2003.
On the wireline side, we've been waiting for the Triennial Review Order now for six months.
My perception as I watch the industry is that the big issue that's looming out there, certainly in the state commissions, is going to be the downstream impacts of the Triennial Review order if and when the FCC actually ever--
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.