Thursday, March 4, 2010

AT&T requests for reforms

The petition laid down by the AT&T Inc to the government seeks for the replacement of the age old telephone lines so that the new internet facilities can come pretty well into picture. The long term goals of the government can only then come into picture.

AT&T, the original U.S. phone operator, described the old lines as the orthodox system that follows circuit switching. No more expectations can be laid down on good speed if this kind of infrastructure is followed.

A transition from the "plain-old telephone service", known in the industry as POTS and the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is inevitable to get the real time implementation of the goals of the government to widen the scope of internet all over the nation.

According to the AT & T, with the advancement in the technology, the expectations of people are also rising. When it comes to internet they expect high speed without failure. This can be guaranteed only if the technology of POTS is replaced.

The year 2009 , recorded a revenue of about $123 billion. This high figure shows that almost all of the population is being rendered by its services. However, certain reforms need to be made urgently.

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