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UNEUniversity of New England (Biddeford, Maine)
UNEUniversidad Nacional de Educación (Spanish: National University of Education; Peru)
UNEUniversity of Nebraska
UNEUniversity of New England (Australia)
UNEUniao Nacional dos Estudantes (Brazil)
UNEUbuntu Netbook Edition (Ubuntu Foundation)
UNEUnidad Nacional de la Esperanza (Spanish)
UNEUnmanaged Network Element
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UNEUniversidad del Este
UNEUniStar Nuclear Energy (Baltimore, MD)
UNEUnnilennium (chemistry; synthetic element of periodic table)
UNEUna Norma Española
UNEUnión Nacional de Empleados (Spanish: National Union of Employees, Nicaragua)
UNEUnderground Nuclear Explosion
UNEUnexpected Network Error
UNEUnificación Nacional de Equicratico (National Equicratic Unification; Guatemalan political party)
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unbundled network elements available to competitors at regulated rates.
James Taylor and I estimated that that unbundled network element platform regulation transferred approximately $3.1 billion from incumbent phone companies to competitors in 2003.
Competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) that operate as resellers via unbundled network element platforms (UNE-P) may find themselves "transitioned" off their incumbents' networks in a few years.
* All incumbents were required to sell unbundled network elements (such as rights to use the copper local loop or access to central office equipment) to entrants; the FCC and state utilities commissions would set the pricing methodology for unbundled network elements.
the prices for interconnection and access to unbundled network elements
Inter alia, the FCC's authority to promulgate nation-wide rules, its standard to assess impairment and its guidelines for unbundled network element pricing were contested.
consumers by mandating low unbundled network element prices, regulators
Three important obligations include the following: First, ILECs have a duty to enable competitors to interconnect with the ILECs network, for the transmission and routing of exchange service and exchange access, at any technically feasible point within the network.(13) These services must be offered at rates, terms, and conditions that are just, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory.(14) Second, ILECs must provide unbundled network elements (UNEs) to competitors at any technically feasible point within the network.
Russell's professional experience includes serving as CEO and acting chief legal officer of the Competitive Telecommunications Association, which is the largest association representing competitive facilities-based carriers, providers using unbundled network elements, global integrated communications companies, and their supplier partners.
This is known as the UNE (unbundled network elements) approach (BARANES & BOURREAU, 2007; DIPPON & WARE, 2010; GABELMANN, 2001; OECD, 2003; SUTHERLAND, 2007).