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FCC 69.801
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  69.801   Definitions.

   (a) Business data services. The dedicated point-to-point transmission
   of data at certain guaranteed speeds and service levels using
   high-capacity connections.

   (b) Competitive market test. The competitive market test is defined in
   § 69.803.

   (c) County. A county or county equivalent as defined in § 10.10 of this
   chapter. County-equivalents include parishes, boroughs, independent
   cities, census areas, the District of Columbia, and various entities in
   the territories.

   (d) End user channel termination. A dedicated channel connecting a
   local exchange carrier end office and a customer premises, offered for
   purposes of carrying special access traffic.

   (e) Grandfathered market. A county that does not satisfy the
   competitive market test set forth in § 69.803 for which a price cap
   local exchange carrier obtained Phase II relief pursuant to § 69.711(c).

   (f) Market deemed competitive. A county that satisfies the competitive
   market test set forth in § 69.803.

   (g) Market deemed non-competitive. A county that does not satisfy the
   competitive market test set forth in § 69.803.

   (h) Non-disclosure agreement. A non-disclosure agreement is a contract,
   contractual provision, or tariff provision wherein a party agrees not
   to disclose certain information shared by the other party.

   (i) Special access data collection. The special access data collection
   refers to the data and other information the Commission collected from
   business data services providers and purchasers pursuant to its
   December 18, 2012 Report and Order in WC Docket 05-25.

   (j) Transport includes interoffice facilities, channel terminations
   between the serving wire center and point of presence, and all special
   access services that are described in § 69.114 other than end user
   channel terminations.


Goto Section: 69.731 | 69.803

Goto Year: 2020 | 2022
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