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As the Net gets more and more congested, a free-for-all will not do, and network management will become more important than ever.
Ivan Seidenberg, Verizon's chief executive, voices his strong opposition to the new open Internet rules the FCC is crafting.
AT&T and Verizon Communications lobbyists say they are fine with existing FCC open Internet principles becoming regulation, but they are opposed to proposed new rules.
About a third of Americans who have access to broadband choose not to subscribe. And the FCC is trying to figure out why.
Cable, phone companies step on each other's turf and spend big money to deliver high-speed phone, TV and Net service.
Phone company's wireless broadband service is off and running as it starts taking orders in Athens, Ga.
Wireless broadband gear gets its second wind in Chicago at Supercomm 2005.
At Supercomm, phone companies outline ambitious plans for delivering TV and more.
Ivan Seidenberg tells a packed house at Supercomm that Verizon's success in deploying new services will benefit the entire industry.
Supercomm 2005 offers a look at an array of new products intended to help spruce up planned TV services.