Broadband Readiness (2000)

By Bruce F. Bahlmann, MediaOne

The most basic requirement of service activation is still connectivity. Without connectivity it does not matter how quickly new services can be provisioned. Broadband Readiness proposes a way to achieve significant efficiencies in wring customers for new services.

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