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Regulatory Documents

Network Disclosures

AT&T is required by federal and state laws to post a variety of regulatory documents. Inside this section you will find those required documents and non-required documents under the following categories.

AT&T Network Disclosures – 13 States

AT&T Network Disclosures – Nevada

AT&T Network Disclosures – California

AT&T Network Disclosures – Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas

AT&T Network Disclosures – Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin

AT&T Network Disclosures – Connecticut

AT&T Network Disclosures – AT&T – ASI

AT&T Network Disclosures – AT&T – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

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AT&T Network Disclosures – 13 States

    • ATT20140129S.2
      AT&T 13 States will be adding two optical interfaces to the current Serial Component Video Service and High Definition Video Transport Service product offerings. OC48c SONET and 10 GbE Ethernet optical interfaces will be added. This enhancement will be available in all AT&T 13 state regions.

    • ATT20120306S.1
      AT&T 13 States Region is announcing that it will be upgrading loop qualification through a change in the AT&T data inventory. The systems/processes currently used to request loop qualification will remain the same for CLECs in the AT&T 13 State region.

    • ATT20110824Sa.1
      AT&T 13 States Region will be adding an Ethernet Interface Port option to the current High Definition Video Transport Service product offering. AT&T will be adding an Ethernet Interface Port option to the current High Definition Video Transport Service product offering. An IEEE Std 802.3-2008 electrical or optical Ethernet interface will be added. This enhancement will be available in all AT&T 13 state regions.

    • ATT20110822Sa.1
      AT&T 13 States Region will be adding one optical interface to the current High Definition Video Transport Service product offering. AT&T will offer one additional optical interface, SMPTE 297-2006, to the existing OC3 and OC12 optical interfaces for the High Definition Video Transport product offering. This optical interface will offer the customer the option of an additional type of optical interface at their Point-Of-Presence.

    • ATT20101021S.2
      AT&T 13 States Region is announcing the expanding WaveMAN 2.5 Gbps to 10 Gbps Transparent Transport to add a protocol independent bit rate specific regeneration option.    AT&T will not provide any distance extension of 2.5 Gbps to 10 Gbps Transparent Transport beyond the dB loss budget of the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE) unless the customer specifies a regeneration option. Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) lasers are not required in the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE) if the customer specifies a regeneration option. The regeneration option will be distance limited depending upon the protocol used by the customer. Since DWDM equipment may be used to regenerate and convert customer to network signals to ITU wavelengths, the customer's receiver must be capable of receiving standard 1310 nm, 1550 nm and ITU Grid wavelengths as defined in G.692. The physical network interface shall be either a duplexable SC type (TIA/EIA-604-3) or a duplexable LC type (TIA/EIA-604-10) connector as specified by the customer. A single-mode interface will support transmission over single-mode fiber with the characteristics contained in Telcordia GR-20-CORE, Generic Requirements for Optical Fiber and Optical Fiber Cables, and ITU Recommendation G.652, Characteristics of a Single-Mode Optical Fiber Cable.

    • ATT20100910S.2
      AT&T 13 States Region is announcing that it will be offering 10 Gbps Transparent Transport that will provide for the transport of digital optical signals from 2.5 Gbps up to 10 Gbps. The characteristics of the digital optical signal at the customer network interface will be protocol independent and bit rate variable. AT&T will not provide any distance extension of the signal past the dB loss budget of the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE).  10 Gbps Transparent Transport Wavelength Service will require Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) lasers in the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE). Since CWDM equipment may be used to convert customer to network signals to ITU wavelengths, the customer's receiver must be capable of receiving CWDM ITU Grid wavelengths as defined in G.694.2.

    • ATT20100910S.1
      AT&T 13 States Region is announcing that it will be offering 2.5 Gbps protocol independent rate variable Transparent Transport that will provide for the transport of digital optical signals from 100 Mbps up to 2.5 Gbps. The characteristics of the digital optical signal at the customer network interface will be protocol independent and consistent with the following specifications: Telcordia GR-253-CORE, Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) Transport Systems: Common Criteria Physical Layer ITU Recommendation G.692 (1998) Optical interface for multichannel systems with optical amplifiers. Since DWDM equipment may be used to convert customer to network signals to ITU wavelengths, the customer's receiver must be capable of receiving standard 1310 nm or 1550 nm or ITU Grid wavelengths as defined in G.692 and G.694.2, depending on the specific customer implementation.

    • ATT20090623S.1
      AT&T 13 States Region is announcing that it will be adding metro area MPLS-based network to support IP aggregation and Ethernet service transport and access in the AT&T 13 States Region. The Ethernet service will introduce new CIRs.

    • ATT20090505S.1
      AT&T 13 States Region is announcing that it will be adding two optical interfaces to the current Serial Component Video Service and High Definition Video Transport Service product offerings.OC3c and OC12c optical interfaces will be added.This enhancement will be available in all AT&T 13 state regions.

    • ATT20080229S.2
      AT&T 13 States announces the replacement of an STP in AT&T Texas due to STP's that are manufacturer discontinued and nearing exhaust on one or more elements. The existing Alcatel STP in the Southwest Region will be replaced with Tekelec's Next Generation STP. AT&T has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20080229S.1
      AT&T 13 States announces the replacement of an STP in AT&T Texas due to STP's that are manufacturer discontinued and nearing exhaust on one or more elements. The existing Alcatel STP in the Southwest Region will be replaced with Tekelec's Next Generation STP. AT&T has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20080107S.1
      AT&T 13 States announces an existing STP in the Midwest Region will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP, requiring changes by carriers in the AT&T 13 State Region excluding Connecticut.

    • ATT20080104S.1
      AT&T 13 States announces an existing STP in the Midwest Region will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP, requiring changes by carriers in the AT&T 13 State Region excluding Connecticut.

    • ATT20070611L.1
      AT&T 13 States announces they will be adding 3 new CIR's (Committed Information Rates) to the current OptEMAN product offering. These new speeds can be provisioned over copper or Fiber facilities, where facilities permit and at the Telco's discretion.

    • SBC20050415S.1rev1
      This revision is being provided to notify of implementation date changes to the prior Notice of Network Change SBC20050415S.1. All SBC Midwest 5 State Region implementations were complete on 6/2/2005. SBC 12State will route the MWI messages to a designated switch Point Code but the receiving designated switch provider must have specific MWI business terms in place to receive the MWI message and respond with appropriate acknowledgement. SMDIE MWI Alternate Network Delivery will route Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) control messages to a single, predefined SS7 switch Point Code designated by the customer.

    • SBC2005093005S.1
      This network disclosure provides a description for the planned addition of an Electrical Carrier Level 1 (EC1) User/Network Interface for SBC 13 StateOCN PointtoPoint Service and SBC 13 State Dedicated SONET Ring Services (OC3 Dedicated Ring, OC12 Dedicated Ring, OC48 Dedicated Ring and OC192 Dedicated Ring Services).

    • SBC20050415S.1
      SBC 12State will route the MWI messages to a designated switch Point Code but the receiving designated switch provider must have specific MWI business terms in place to receive the MWI message and respond with appropriate acknowledgement.

    • SBC20050414S.1
      STPs will be replaced in SBC in Midwest region, California and Southwest region. This change will require a new CLLI code and a new link set code.

    • SBC20041015S.1
      SBC announces a new service that offers the providers of Internet Protocol (IP) enabled voice information services the capability to connect traffic to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) based voice services.

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AT&T Network Disclosures – Nevada

    • ATT20120208S.1

      AT&T Nevada is announcing that copper facilities which serve a portion of Route 4 in Churchill (CHBTNV11) Wire Center in Stagecoach NV will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier (NGDLC) systems. This network modification is required to accommodate road improvements to HWY 50 E per Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) Project # SPF-050-2(019). NDOT requires that AT&T relocate its facilities by March 31, 2012 on associated AT&T project #7869894. AT&T Nevada currently has 200 copper lines providing services to 70 assigned lines in three Distribution areas (DA 410401, 410402, and 410501 in the southeastern area of the Churchill Butte CHBTNV11 Wire Center. Planned changes include transferring all copper loop services in the three DA's to fiber fed NGDLC. Current total loop length is 25.2kf and this project will reduce CSA copper loops to 10.5kf. Currently, there are 0 Competitive Carrier circuits on the effected copper facilities.

    • SBC20040920S.2

      The platform that SBC 2State uses to provide LIDB and CNAM services has been discontinued.

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AT&T Network Disclosures – California

    • ATT20130927L.1 rev 1

      AT&T California is providing a revision to Network Disclosure ATT20130927L.1 correcting an NXX thousand group in the “Description of Type of Changes Planned.” For NXX: 243 the first series thousands group should read 243 0000-4999 (5000-5999 is assigned to another carrier). AT&T West will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the LVMRCA11DS0 Genband DMS100 switch into the collocated LVMRCA11DS1 Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS. Both switches are located in the Livermore central office, Livermore, CA.

    • ATT20130927L.1

      AT&T California is announcing it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the LVMRCA11DS0 Genband DMS100 switch into the collocated LVMRCA11DS1 Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS. Both switches are located in the Livermore central office, Livermore, CA.

    • ATT20130828L.1

      AT&T California will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the LSANCA02DS5 Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch into the LSANCA02DS4 Genband DMS100 and LSANCA03DS1 Genband DMS100 end office switches. The LSANCA02DS5 and LSANCA02DS4 switches are located in the Los Angeles – Madison 02 central office, Los Angeles, CA. The LSANCA03DS1 switch is located in the Los Angeles – Madison 03 central office, Los Angeles, CA.

    • ATT20120726S.1

      AT&T California is announcing that copper facilities which feed an area in Lakehead, CA (SHLKCA01) will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. Copper cables will be removed. Planned changes include transferring all copper loop services in DA’s 111050 and 111250 to fiber fed NGDLC. The northern portion of the Shasta Lake Wire Center is fed by a coarse gauge copper cable. This project will transfer all copper facilities in the 2 DA’s to Tellabs fiber fed remote terminals. Current total loop length is 60.7 Kft and this project will reduce copper loop to 22.8 Kft.

    • ATT20101220L.1 Revision 2

      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20101220L.1 Rev1 the original Network Disclosure ATT20101220L.1. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem San Diego (SNDGCA0291T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to San Diego (SNDGCA0290T) Genband CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed due to adjustments of the overall California 4ESS Tandem decommission projects - this is the reason for the network disclosure revision.

    • ATT20100104L.1 Revision 2

      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20100104L.1 Rev1 the original Network Disclosure ATT20100104L.1. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem Anaheim (ANHMCA0295T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to Anaheim (ANHMCA0152T) Genband CS2000 switch. It has been determined that additional time is needed due to adjustments of the overall California 4ESS Tandem decommission projects - this is the reason for the network disclosure revision.

    • ATT20111013L.2 Revision 1

      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20111013L.2 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of SHOKCA0589T 4ESS tandem. The original disclosure had the decommissioning tandem's (SHOKCA0589T) traffic being split between two tandems: LSANCA0398T and SHOKCA0251T. This disclosure changes the plan into two phases. This Disclosure becomes Phase 1 and rehomes all AT&T End Offices off SHOKCA0589T 4ESS onto the LSANCA0398T Genband CS2000 access tandem. Phase 2 will rehome all carrier traffic off SHOKCA0589T onto the co-located SHOKCA0251T access tandem approximately 18 months later. Phase 2 will be covered by a separate Network Disclosure (ATT20120323L.1).

    • ATT20120323L.1

      AT&T California is announcing that this disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of the Sherman Oaks (SHOKCA0589T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to the Sherman Oaks (SHOKCA0251T) Genband DMS200. This is Phase 2 of the SHOKCA0589T tandem decommission project. Phase 1 of this project is associated with Network Disclosure ATT20111013L.2 rev1.

    • ATT20120316L.1

      AT&T California is announcing that copper facilities which feed an area in St. Helena, CA. (STHNCA11) will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. These copper cables within DA 214050 will be removed and abandoned due to a major road improvement project sponsored by The Calif. Dept. Transportation which has identified conflicts with our underground feeder facilities requiring there relocation.

    • ATT20111013L.1 Revision

      AT&T California is announcing a revision to ATT20111013L.1 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of SNTCCA0148T 4ESS tandem and rehoming of traffic to the OKLDCA0302T Genband CS2000 switch. The original disclosure had the decommissioning tandem�s (SNTCCA0148T) traffic being split between two tandems: SNVAVCA0155T and OKLDCA0302T. This disclosure changes the plan to simplify the decommission�all traffic will now be moved off the SNTCCA0148T 4ESS tandem and rehomed onto the (OKLDCA0302T) Genband CS2000 switch. The Santa Clara, California, SNTCCA0148T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 722 has been scheduled for decommissioning; beginning June 1, 2014. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers, and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Oakland, California, OKLDCA0302T tandem between October 2013 and May 2014.

    • ATT20111013L.2
      AT&T California is announcing a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SHOKCA0589T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to the (SHOKCA0251T) Genband DMS200 and the (LSANCA0398T) Genband CS2000 switch. The Sherman Oaks, California, SHOKCA0589T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 730 has been scheduled for decommissioning; beginning November 1, 2016. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers, and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Sherman Oaks, California, SHOKCA0251T Genband DMS200 and the Los Angeles, California, LSANCA0398T Genband CS2000 switch based on their originating traffic serving areas; between January 2016 and October 2016.

    • ATT20111013L.1
      AT&T California is announcing a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SNTCCA0148T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to the (SNVACA0155T) Genband DMS200 and the (OKLDCA0302T) Genband CS2000 switch. The Santa Clara, California, SNTCCA0148T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 722 has been scheduled for decommissioning; beginning June 1, 2014. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers, and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Sunnyvale, California, SNVACA0155T Genband DMS200 and the Oakland, California, OKLDCA0302T Genband CS2000 switch based on their originating traffic serving areas; between October 2013 and May 2014.

    • ATT20101220L.1 rev1
      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20101220L.1 the original Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SNDGCA0291T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (SNDGCA0290T) Genband CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project – this is the reason for the network disclosure revision.

    • ATT20100128L.1 rev2
      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20100128L.1 rev1, ATT20100128L.1, ATT20090107L.2 and the original ATT20081218L.3 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (LSANCA0470T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (LSANCA0398T) Genband CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project – this is the reason for the network disclosure revision.

    • ATT20100104L.1 rev1
      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20100104L.1 the original Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (ANHMCA0295T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (ANHMCA0152T) Genband CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project – this is the reason for the network disclosure revision.

    • ATT20090713L.1 rev2
      AT&T California is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20090713L.1 rev1 and the original ATT20090713L.1 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (OKLDCA0349T) 4ESS tandem and rehoming of traffic to (OKLDCA0302T) Genband CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project – this is the reason for the network disclosure revisions.

    • ATT20110721L.1
      AT&T California is announcing that copper Facilities which feed an area in Redding, CA. serving wire center (RDNGCA02) will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier.  Copper cables will be removed / abandoned. Planned changes include transferring all copper loop services in DA’s 421150, 421250, 421357, 421650, 421750, 440150, 440557 and 460150 to fiber fed NGDLC.  The western portion of the Redding Wire Center is fed by 4 coarse gauge copper cables. This project will transfer all copper facilities in the 8 DA’s to Tellabs fiber fed remote terminals. Current total loop length is 64.1 Kf and this project will reduce copper loop to 18.0 Kf. 

    • ATT20110616L.1
      AT&T California is announcing that copper Facilities which feed an area in Nice, CA. (NICECA11) will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. Copper cables will be removed/abandoned. Planned changes include transferring all copper loop services in DA's 213156 and 213251 to fiber fed NGDLC. This project will transfer all copper facilities in the 2 DA's to a new Tellabs fiber fed remote terminal.

    • ATT20101220L.1
      AT&T California is announcing This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SNDGCA0291T) 4ESS tandem and rehoming of traffic to (SNDGCA0290T) Genband CS2000 switch.

    • ATT20100128L.1 rev1
      AT&T California is announcing a revision to ATT20100128L.1, ATT20090107L.2 and the original ATT20081218L.3 Network Disclosure.  This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (LSANCA0470T) 4ESS tandem and the re-homing of traffic to (LSANCA0398T) Nortel CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the re-home and decommission stage of the project - this is the reason for the network disclosure revision. 

    • ATT20101217S.1
      AT&T West is announcing The purpose of this revision is to cancel the change in its entirety to Network Disclosure ATT20100222L.1 No work has taken place and the project has been cancelled. AT&T West Region will be consolidating three pairs of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the West region effective 2010. STP pairs in LATAs 728, 734 and 740 will be folded into the Los Angeles STP pair (LATA 730) starting September, 2010 and completing in the 4Q 2010. AT&T West Region and most SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service. Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20090713L.1 rev1
      AT&T California is announcing a revision to the original Network Disclosure ATT20090713L.1 This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (OKLDCA0349T) 4ESS tandem and re homing of traffic to (OKLDCA0302T) Nortel CS2000 switch. It has been determined additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the re-home and decommission stage of the project - this is the reason for the network disclosure revisions.

    • ATT20081218L.2 rev2
      AT&T California is announcing a revision to ATT20081218L.2 rev1 and the original disclosure ATT20081218L.2 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (GRDNCA0386T) 4ESS tandem and rehoming of traffic to (LSANCA0527T) Nortel CS2000 switch. It has been determined that additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project - this is the reason for the network disclosure revisions. The Gardena, California, GRDNCA0386T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 730 has been scheduled for ecommissioning by June 15, 2012. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Los Angeles, California, LSANCA0527T Nortel CS2000 switch between September 2011 and April 2012.

    • ATT20090107L.1 rev3
      AT&T California is announcing a revision to ATT20090107L.1 rev2, ATT20090107L.1 rev1 and the original disclosure ATT20081218L.1 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SNFCCA2143T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (SNFCCA2101T) Nortel CS2000 switch. It has been determined that additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project - this is the reason for the network disclosure revisions.

    • ATT20090107L.1
      AT&T California is announcing a revision to ATT20090107L.1 rev2, ATT20090107L.1 rev1 and the original disclosure ATT20081218L.1 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SNFCCA2143T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (SNFCCA2101T) Nortel CS2000 switch. It has been determined that additional time is needed to prepare the switch for the rehome and decommission stage of the project - this is the reason for the network disclosure revisions.

    • ATT20100713S.1
      AT&T West Region is announcing that In the Knights Ferry California Wire Center (KNFYCA11), the copper only cross section to OKDLCA11 (Oakdale Ca Wire Center) will be augmented with a fiber optic cable.

    • ATT20100520S.1
      AT&T West Region is announcing that between the Stonyford (STFRCA11) and Elk Creek (EKCKCA11) and the Elk Creek (EKCKCA11) and Paskenta (PSKNCA11) central offices, a Reconfigurable Optical Add Drop Multiplexer (ROADM) is being installed to augment two copper only cross sections.

    • ATT20100519S.1
      AT&T West Region is announcing Decommissioning of CIC 5233 for use in completing toll free traffic to AT&T West (CA and NV) Official Company Service network (OCS). CIC 5233 was established in the 1990's in order to route Toll Free traffic on the AT&T West Official Company Service network (OCS). The CIC was established in all Pacific end offices and tandems for termination into our business offices and repair centers. The CIC was also built in many CLEC/ILEC switches that homed off of our AT&T Tandems.  As we complete the migration of this traffic to our LD affiliate, CIC 5233 is being decommissioned for this service and should be removed from the CLEC/ILEC switches. This CIC will be used in the future in another application. 

    • ATT20100128L.1
      AT&T California is announcing a revision to the ATT20090107L.2 Network Disclosure which was a revision to the ATT20081218L.3 Network Disclosure. Due to delays in installation and related projects. The implementation dates for this project must be moved out — see the new dates in the "Location of Change" section of the disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (LSANCA0470T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (LSANCA0398T) Nortel CS2000 switch.

    • ATT20100104L.1
      AT&T California is announcing that the Anaheim, California, ANHMCA0295T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 730 has been scheduled for decommissioning by May 31, 2012. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers, and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Anaheim, California, ANHMCA0152T Nortel CS2000 switch between July 2011 and April 2012.

    • ATT20090107L.1 rev2
      AT&T California is announcing that There is a revision due to more time needed to make the conversions and decommission of the tandems needed for the Network Access Services decommission of the tandem (GRDNCA0386T) 4ESS tandem and rehoming of traffic to the (LSANCA0527T) Nortel CS2000 switch.

    • ATT20081218L.2 rev1
      AT&T California is announcing that There is a revision due to more time needed to make the conversions and decommission of the tandems needed for the Network Access Services decommission of the tandem (GRDNCA0386T) 4ESS tandem and rehoming of traffic to the (LSANCA0527T) Nortel CS2000 switch.

    • ATT20090713L.1
      AT&T California is announcing that The Oakland, California, OKLDCA0349T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 722 has been scheduled for decommissioning by May 31, 2011. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Oakland, California, OKLDCA0302T Nortel CS2000 switch.The OKLDCA0302T access tandem was placed in-services in 2001 as the relief switch for OKLDCA0349T and is now the replacement tandem. Most carriers already have trunking to OKLDCA0302T which serves primarily the Oakland/East Bay cities. Cutovers will be coordinated via Accessible Letters, Cutover Project Manager and AT&T Account Teams.

    • ATT20090515S.1
      AT&T California is announcing that Copper Facilities which serve route 1 in the Anderson, CA wire center (ARSNCA11) will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier system. AT&T currently has 3000 copper lines in the existing bridge, serving 1988 assigned lines in fourteen distribution areas on the north side of the Sacramento River. Replacement in kind of existing copper cables is not feasible. The new structure will not be available for AT&T'S usage in the new bridge until September 2009 "the must vacate" date for the existing bridge. This new substructure length exceeds the allowable distance for the (sized) required copper cables and will not be constructed in adequate amount of time for AT&T to utilize. A temporary fiber cable will be placed across the river and all existing working services will be cutover to derived pairs from four new RT's to meet the proposed vacate date of September 2009, all under the following projects: CSA 1233 (this project); CSA 1202 (7229348); CSA 1216 (7229378); AND CSA 1222 (7229364). The current loop length is 23.5kkft and after this project the estimated copper loop length will be 7.6kft.

    • ATT20090512L.1
      AT&T California is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Vallejo, CA. known as Mare Island (former U.S. Naval Shipyard) working out of the (VLLJCA01) wire center will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. 2700 copper pairs terminate in a building on the island which served as the Primary MPOE until the Mare Island Naval Shipyard was decommissioned in the 1990's. Private businesses, along with commercial and residential developers, are now occupying the island. AT&T installed fiber to the island for fiber-based service requests and to support NGDLC at the MPOE location as the most economic platform for growth. Air pressure on the existing underground air-core cables is being provided by antiquated compressor/dryers that can no longer reliably support service; current defective rate is 25%. Transfer of copper loops to NGDLC and removal of copper feeder to the island MPOE will reduce maintenance activities, provide more reliable service, and improve transmission at less cost.
      The effected locations are within Distribution Areas 430150 of the Vallejo Main Wire Center. Currently total copper loop length is 26.1 Kf and after this project the total copper loop length will be 10.6 Kf.

    • ATT20090421L.1
      AT&T California is announcing that copper facilities feeding CSA 3306 along Security Park Dr, Rancho Cordova in the Folsom-Nimbus (FLSMCA12) wire center will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. Existing loaded and repeatered segment of copper cable over an old pole lead on private Aerojet property experiences repeated failures and maintenance trouble reports. Area business customers consistently report service trouble and transmission issues. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to a growing business/industrial area by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, thereby improving existing telephone service and high-speed data service offerings.

    • ATT20081218L.1
      AT&T California is announcing this is a revision to ATT20081218L.1 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (SNFCCA2143T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (SNFCCA2101T) Nortel CS2000 switch.

    • ATT20081218L.3
      AT&T California is announcing this is a revision to ATT20081218L.3 Network Disclosure. This disclosure is a Network Access Services decommission of tandem (LSANCA0470T) 4ESS tandem and the rehoming of traffic to (LSANCA0398T) Nortel CS2000 switch.

    • ATT20081218L.2
      AT&T California is announcing the Gardena, California, GRDNCA0386T 4ESS tandem serving LATA 730 has been scheduled for decommissioning by July 31, 2010. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers and IP enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Los Angeles, California, LSANCA0527TNortel CS2000 switch by October of 2009.

    • ATT20080717S.1
      AT&T California announces the Retirement of a segment of copper cable feeding DA 311202 and 311402. This feeder section is along on Hwy 1, located between Salinas Rd and Jensen Rd in the Watsonville WTVLCA01 serving wire center. State of California Cal Trans is widening Hwy 1 requiring AT&T to move our poles to the other side of the road. We currently have a fiber cable feeding this section of route 3. An economic study determined it would be more cost effective for AT&T to abandon the copper cable and place a UMC 1000, 240D cabinet fed by the existing fiber over placing 7,500 sheath feet of 600 pair 24 gauge copper cable.

    • ATT20080710S.1
      AT&T California announces that in the Downieville, CA Wire Center (DWNVCA11), they will be replacing all Copper Feeder along Highway 49 from Ramshorn Road to Brandy City Road West, North and South along this route to the Downieville Wire Center Boundary with a fiber fed NGDLC system. Highway 49 is considered a scenic highway and the State of California will no longer approve permits for any work along this route. The copper cable being retired was placed in 1956 and is in an area which currently presents unsafe working conditions for AT&T technicians.

    • ATT20070313S.1
      AT&T California announces the Initial installation of Sonet equipment – Nortel Optera Metro 3500 Add/drop Multiplexer in the Angwin Wire Center.

    • ATT20070122L_1
      AT&T California announces this Network Disclosure is to provide updated information on the CRNDCA11 (Coronado) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T California is replacing the existing Nortel DMS100 end office switch with a new Nortel Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, CRNDCA11DS0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, CRNDCA11RP0, on January 25, 2008.

    • ATT20070112S_2
      AT&T California announces All of the STPs (Signaling Transfer Point) currently in the AT&T California signaling network have been manufacturer discontinued. The existing STPs will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP. AT&T California has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20070112S_1
      AT&T California announces All of the STPs (Signaling Transfer Point) currently in the AT&T California signaling network have been manufacturer discontinued. The existing STPs will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP. AT&T California has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20061009S.1
      AT&T California announces the Retirement of a segment of copper cable feeding DA 630101. This lateral on a rural pole lead is on Hwy 193, Located between Hwy 49 and Chili Bar Lane in the Placerville PLVLCA11 serving wire center. Replacement of this pole lead has been deemed unsafe by Cal Trans, which has denied AT&T a permit to replace poles and cable along the existing route due to the shifting terrain, erosion, and potential for mudslides on the supporting hillside.

    • ATT20060912S.1
      AT&T California announces the adding of SONET to the wire center CLLI Code PCBHCA11 in San Diego CA.

    • ATT20060510S.3
      AT&T California announces All of the STPs (Signaling Transfer Point) currently in AT&T California signaling network have been manufacturer discontinued. The existing STPs will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP. AT&T California has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20060510S.4
      AT&T California announces All of the STPs (Signaling Transfer Point) currently in AT&T California signaling network have been manufacturer discontinued. The existing STPs will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP. AT&T California has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20060411S.1
      AT&T California announces the Initial installation of Sonet equipment – Nortel Classic OC48 Add/drop Multiplexer at Bodega Bay, CA.

    • SBC20051214S.2
      The 8XX databases used by SBC West to provide TollFree (8xx) services are being retired. SBC West will eliminate these databases and gain replacement functionality from SBC Southwest. SBC West will migrate all relevant data to SBC Southwest and reroute all 8xx query traffic there as well. At the conclusion of this effort, SBC West will remove it's 8xx databases from the network. SBC Southwest will add 8xx databases to handle the additional load.

    • SBC20051021S.1
      SBC California will route the MWI messages to a designated switch Point Code but the receiving designated switch provider must have specific MWI business terms in place to receive the MWI message and respond with appropriate acknowledgement. SMDIE MWI Alternate Network Delivery will route Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) control messages to a single, predefined SS7 switch Point Code designated by the customer.

    • SBC20050325S.1
      This Public Notice is a revision to SBC20041108L.1. The purposes of this update are to clarify that CLEC applications for physical collocation in the new CRNDCA02 central office will not be accepted prior to May 2005, and to adjust the window of time during which installation can take place.

    • SBC20041108L.1
      SBC plans to migrate all existing circuits and services from its existing Central Office, CRNDCA11, to a new Central Office, CRNDCA02.

    • SBC20041014L.1
      Upgrading Operator Services switch and tandem rehome.

    • SBC20040920S.2
      The platform that SBC 2State uses to provide LIDB and CNAM services has been discontinued.

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AT&T Network Disclosures – Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas

    • ATT20140324S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing a revision to the long term network disclosure ATT20131030L.1 due to a change in how the cutover will take place. It will now be a flash cut instead of a phased cut. The Genband RSC end office switch at Blackfish Lake (BFLKARMARS1) is being replaced with two Outside Plant Pair Gain Remote Terminals served from West Memphis (WMMPARMADS0).

    • ATT20120820L.1 rev1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing this revision is due to the transition window being extended to June 15, 2014. Migrating 9-1-1 service to the AT&T Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) from the existing Selective Routers (SRs) in the Bexar Metro 9-1-1 Network District serving Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe Counties and the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) serving Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, and Williamson Counties, Texas areas. AT&T announces direct interconnection with the deployment of Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) service for Bexar Metro 9-1-1 and CAPCOG, in Texas. This new NG9-1-1 service and associated network elements provide NENA i3 based Internet Protocol connectivity to all of the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in these areas of Texas.

    • ATT20131030L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that the Genband RSC end office switch at Blackfish Lake (BFLKARMARS1) is being replaced with two Outside Plant Pair Gain Remote Terminals served from West Memphis (WMMPARMADS0). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Blackfish Lake Wire Center (BFLKARMARS1) Transfer Project plans. AT&T Arkansas is replacing the existing Genband RSC end office with two pair gain remote terminals. These remote terminals will be working out of West Memphis (WMMPARMADS0). The existing switch, BFLKARMARS1, will be eliminated and customers will be served by the Remote Terminals on July 3, 2014 at 12:01:00 AM, Central Time. The BFLKARMARS1 CLLI code will no longer be viable.

    • ATT20131022S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (AUSTTXHIDS1) Alcatel-Lucent switch into the collocated (AUSTTXHIDS0) Alcatel-Lucent switch. Both switches are located in the Austin Hickory central office, Austin, TX. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the AUSTTXHIDS1 5ESS switch into the collocated AUSTTXHIDS0 5ESS switch during the first quarter of 2014.

    • ATT20130313S.1 rev. 1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing a revision to ATT20130313S.1 due to technical difficulties that won’t be resolved in time to support the previous implementation date. AT&T Southwest will replace the KNNSMOLODS0 Ericsson AXE end office switch at Knob Noster, MO with a Genband G5 Remote switch (KNNSMOLORPA). The G5 Remote will be hosted from the KSCYMO42DS0 5ESS end office switch at Liberty, MO.

    • ATT20130430L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing the decommissioning of CIC 5233 for use in completing toll free traffic to the AT&T Southwest Region (MO, OK, KS, AR, and TX) Official Company Service network (OCS).  CIC 5233 was established in the 1990's in order to route Toll Free traffic on the Southwestern Bell Official Company Service network (OCS). The cic was established in all Southwestern end offices and tandems for termination into our business offices and repair centers. The CIC was also built in many CLEC/ILEC switches that homed off of our SBC Tandems.  As we complete the migration of this traffic to our LD affiliate, CIC 5233 is being decommissioned for this service and should be removed from the CLEC/ILEC switches. This CIC will be used in the future in another application.      

    • ATT20130313S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that This is a revision to ATT20120808S.1 rev1 due to technical difficulties that won’t be resolved in time to support the previous implementation date. AT&T Southwest will replace the KNNSMOLODS0 Ericsson AXE end office switch at Knob Noster, MO with a Genband G5 Remote switch (KNNSMOLORPA). The G5 Remote will be hosted from the KSCYMO42DS0 5ESS end office switch at Liberty, MO.

    • ATT20130314L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will replace the (FTWOTXGLCG0) 1AESS end office switch at Ft. Worth, TX. with a Genband MG9K Remote switch (FTWOTXGLRP0). The MG9K Remote will be hosted from the (FTWOTXED03T) CS2K switch at Ft. Worth, TX.

    • ATT20130307L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Riverview (STLSMO24CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO24RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location.

    • ATT20130306L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Prospect (STLSMO08CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO08RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location.

    • ATT20120808S.1 rev 1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing a revision to Short Term Network Disclosure ATT20120808S.1. This is a revision to ATT20120808S.1 where AT&T Southwest will be replacing the (KNNSMOLODS0) Ericsson AXE end office switch at Knob Noster, MO with a Genband G5 Remote switch (KNNSMOLORPA). The G5 Remote will be hosted from the (KSCYMO42DS0) 5ESS end office switch at Liberty, MO. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the replacement of the KNNSMOLODS0 Ericsson AXE end office switch by the Genband G5 Remote switch (KNNSMOLORPA) on May 4, 2013.

    • ATT20130124L.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Overland (STLSMO23CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO23RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location.

    • ATT20121109S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing a revision to Network Disclosure ATT20120604L.1, which was a long term network disclosure. This revision is required to reflect a due date change. It will now be a short term network disclosure due to the change in implementation date from 12/08/2012 to 01/26/2013. The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO05RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location. AT&T Southwest is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, STLSMO05CG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, STLSMO05RPA, on January 26, 2013 at 12:01:00 AM, Central Time.

    • ATT20121116L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that they will replace the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Hazelwood (STLSMO43CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO43RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location.

    • ATT20121031L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that they will replace the (HSTNTXWLCG0) 1AESS end office switch at Houston, TX. with a Genband MG9K Remote switch (HSTNTXWLRP0). The MG9K Remote will be hosted from the (HSTNTX0806T) CS2K switch at Houston, TX.

    • ATT20120921S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will be removing all copper feeder facilities serving the rural area east of SE 60th Ave, north and south of US 54 Hwy in the (PRTTKSNI) Pratt, KS serving wire center. These copper feeder facilities are being replaced with a fiber digital loop carrier system. The retirement of this copper feeder is due to a civic road move, KDOT project 54-76-K8243-01.

    • ATT20120821L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Forest (STLSMO04CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO04RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the St. Louis Forest Wire Center (STLSMO04CG0) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Missouri is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, STLSMO04CG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, STLSMO04RPA, on March 23, 2013 at 12:01:00 AM, Central Time.

    • ATT20120820L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will be Migrating 9-1-1 service to the AT&T Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) from the existing Selective Routers (SRs) in the Bexar Metro 9-1-1 Network District serving Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe Counties and the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) serving Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, and Williamson Counties, Texas areas.

      AT&T announces direct interconnection with the deployment of Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) service for Bexar Metro 9-1-1 and CAPCOG, in Texas. This new NG9-1-1 service and associated network elements provide NENA i3 based Internet Protocol connectivity to all of the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in these areas of Texas.

    • ATT20120808S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will be replacing the (KNNSMOLODS0) Ericsson AXE end office switch at Knob Noster, MO with a Genband G5 Remote switch (KNNSMOLORPA). The G5 Remote will be hosted from the (KSCYMO42DS0) 5ESS end office switch at Liberty, MO. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the replacement of the KNNSMOLODS0 Ericsson AXE end office switch by the Genband G5 Remote switch (KNNSMOLORPA) on February 8, 2013.

    • ATT20120620L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing copper loops in route 2 cable 3, 1-225+251-400 of the (HONDTXHO) wire center will be cutover to a fiber fed NGDLC to the field of RAA2303. Planned changes include transferring all copper loop services in these RAAs to one existing fiber fed remote terminal and two new fiber fed remote terminals. Existing total loop length from the CO is 122.4 KFT. After the cutover all copper distribution loops-except for 50 pairs will have loop lengths under 18KFT. Approximately 50 copper distribution pairs will have loop lengths between 18-40 KFT from an RT.

    • ATT20120604L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05CG0) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) G6 ABI Remote (STLSMO05RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location. The existing switch, STLSMO05CG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, STLSMO05RPA, on December 8, 2012 at 12:01:00 AM, Central Time.

    • ATT20120507S.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (ALTSOKMA) Serving Wire Center due to a road move. The cost of placing fiber optics and digital loop equipment instead of replacing coarse gauge copper cables proved economically feasible. This project will place 400 feet of fiber from Hwy 283 and E1680 Rd to new RT ALTSOKU0007. This will affect DA 3114 in the Altus Wire Center (ALTSOKMA). Existing copper facilities are being removed due to cost of replacing them for a road move.

    • ATT20120411L.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that copper facilities which serve Oak Island- a segregated WC- from the Palo Alto (SNANTXPA) CO will be cut over to NGDLC. This will be done in lieu of replacing two 1000' sections of an ADAH-900 and ADBH-450 direct buried pressurized cables that have been damaged. Planning prepared an ESM comparing the cost of replacing the sections of cable to NGDLC cutover, the cutover solution proved the most economical. EWO#8666160

    • ATT20120213L.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that Exchange Services: Copper facilities which serve a portion of Route 2 in the Overland, TX (HSTNTXOV) area will be replaced with existing fiber fed digital loop carrier systems. This network modification is required to accommodate construction of US290 and IH610 by the Texas Department of Transportation CSJ 0271-14-221, etc. Current services being provided over the impacted copper facilities will be cut over to a copper/fiber (hybrid) network architecture or an equivalent copper facility. These changes apply to existing service only and in no way implies that the affected areas are available for new fiber fed ADSL service. Future fiber fed ADSL service will follow the normal process of turning areas "Green". Currently there are 143 DSL type CLEC circuits impacted by this project. The Advanced Broadband Service offering is available in the SW Region, so CLEC must contact their Account Manager for further information if impacted.

    • ATT20110422L.1 rev 2
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that this Network Disclosure is being revised again due to a change in the switch conversion date to the third quarter of 2012 due to the required Power equipment completion date associated with this project. AT&T Southwest will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the ALU 1AESS Switch (FTWOTXATCG0) located in the Fort Worth Atlas Central Office, Fort Worth, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (FTWOTXATRP0) hosted from the FW Edison Access Tandem (FTWOTXED03T). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Fort Worth Atlas 1AESS switch (FTWOTXATCG0) with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (FTWOTXATRP0) hosted from the Fort Worth Edison Tandem (FTWOTXED03T) during the third quarter of 2012.

    • ATT20111027L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS Switch (HSTNTXIDCG0) located in the HSTN Idlewood Central Office, Houston, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (HSTNTXIDRP0) hosted from the HSTN Weslayan Access Tandem (HSTNTX0806T).

    • ATT20110422L.1 rev 1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that this Network Disclosure revision is due to a change in the switch conversion date to the second quarter of 2012 due to the required Power equipment completion date associated with this project. AT&T Southwest will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the ALU 1AESS Switch (FTWOTXATCG0) located in the Fort Worth Atlas Central Office, Fort Worth, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (FTWOTXATRP0) hosted from the FW Edison Access Tandem (FTWOTXED03T).

    • ATT20110818S.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that copper facilities which serve a portion of Route 4 in the Plaza (LGVWTXPL) Wire Center in Longview, TX will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier (NGDLC) systems. This network modification is required to accommodate road improvements to Loop 281 per Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) Project# CCSJ: 1763-03-029. TXDOT requires that AT&T relocate its facilities by January 31, 2012 on associated AT&T Project# 8269999.

    • ATT20110818L.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that copper facilities which serve a portion of Route 4 in the Lindale, TX (LNDLTXTU) area will be replaced with existing fiber fed digital loop carrier systems. This network modification is required to accommodate construction of new Loop 49 by the North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NET RMA) per Master Utility Adjustment Agreement No. Toll 49-UAT.

    • ATT20110729S.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (ELPSTXSH) serving wire center due to the fact that Zaragoza Rd in front of the Sandhills C.O. is being widened. Limited ROW along the road widening does not allow for "like for like" replacement of copper facilities, due to limited available space for manhole placement. The road widening has faced numerous delays due to ROW acquisition. Removing the copper will also allow for AT&T to more easily be "clear" once TXDOT begins construction.

    • ATT20110729L.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS Switch (FTWOTXJECG0) located in the Fort Worth Jefferson Central Office, Fort Worth, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (FTWOTXJERP0) hosted from the FW Edison Access Tandem (FTWOTXED03T) during the second quarter of 2012. The FW Edison Access Tandem, currently a Genband/Nortel CS2K, will act as host for the new Jefferson MG9000 ABI remote switch.

    • ATT20110712L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to collapse the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS Switch (HSTNTXADCG0) located in the Houston Aldine Central Office, Houston, Texas, into the collocated Genband-Nortel MG9K remote switch (HSTNTXADRP0). AT&T Southwest, Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs and Interexchange Carriers may be affected due to changes in routing of originating and terminating traffic associated with the replacement of the HSTNTXADCG0 1AESS switch. All interoffice trunking to HSTNTXADCG0 must be re-homed to the HSTNTX0806T host switch. Direct Inward Dial (DID) and Primary Rate Interface (PRI) ISDN service will be served from the new MG9000 ABI remote switch (HSTNTXADRP0). CLECs must evaluate whether their existing trunk groups to HSTNTX0806T are adequately sized to support the addition of HSTNTXADRP0 traffic.

    • ATT20110422L.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the ALU 1AESS switch (FTWOTXATCG0) located in the Fort Worth Atlas Central Office, Fort Worth, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (FTWOTXATRP0) hosted from the FW Edison Access Tandem (FTWOTXED03T) during the first quarter of 2012. The FW Edison Access Tandem, currently a Nortel DMS200, will be upgraded to a Genband/Nortel CS2K and will act as host for the new Atlas MG9000 ABI remote switch.

    • ATT20110207S.1
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing the Removal of all copper facilities that will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics due to the fact that rehab has established that replacing high maintenance copper with fiber and loop electronics is economically feasible. Along MacArthur, place fiber between rai’s 1952 RPL 1100 and 3081 RPL 1100. DA’s 1123, 1127, and 1131 in the Shawnee Wire Center (SHWNOKMA). Existing copper facilities are being removed due to excessive maintenance cost.

    • ATT20100930L.1 rev1
      Revision to change previous point code that was in error. AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS Switch (HSTNTXGLCG0) located in the HSTN Glendale Central Office, Houston, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (HSTNTXGLRP0) hosted from the HSTN Weslayan Access Tandem(HSTNTX0806T).

    • ATT20100930L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS Switch (HSTNTXGLCG0) located in the HSTN Glendale Central Office, Houston, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (HSTNTXGLRP0) hosted from the HSTN Weslayan Access Tandem (HSTNTX0806T).

    • ATT20100817S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that Copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics due to the fact that existing underground copper facilities being removed due to State of Oklahoma (ODOT) Road (Hwy 66) projects 24183(04). The associated AT&T Project number is 7777911. This will take place along State Hwy 66 from State Hwy 60 and 66 Junction to N 4310 Rd & Hwy 66 which includes DA's 3024, 3027, 3031, 3063, 3079, and 2065 in the Vinita Wire Center (VINTOKMA).

    • ATT20100806L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Nortel DMS100 Switch (HSTNTXADDS0) located in the HSTN Aldine Central Office, Houston, Texas with a Genband/Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (HSTNTXADRP0) hosted from the HSTN Weslayan Access Tandem (HSTNTX0806T).

    • ATT20100202S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the Miami Wire Center (MIAMOKMA) due to the fact that existing underground copper facilities are being removed as a result of State of Oklahoma (ODOT) Road (Hwy 10) projects. This notification is intended to allow the affected carrier to convert the circuit to one compatible with DLC. Currently, there are 6 Competitive Carrier circuits on the effected copper facilities.

    • ATT20090817S.2
      AT&T Southwest is announcing the re-homing of Bellville and Sealy AXE Remotes which is currently hosted by Hempstead (HMPSTXHMDS0) to the AXE Host Switch of Eagle Lake (EGLKTXEGDS0).

    • ATT20090817S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing the replacement of the Hempstead (HMPSTXHMDS0 AXE) Host Switch which is currently the host office for Bellville and Sealy AXE Remote Switches with an Alcatel Lucent 5E EXM2K Remote Switch (HMPSTXHMRS0). The new Hempstead Remote Switch will be hosted from the Cypress (CYPRTXCYDS1) Wire Center Switch.

    • ATT20090804L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that Copper facilities which serve a portion of Route 3 in the Rockwall, TX (RKWLTXPA) area will be replaced with existing and new fiber fed digital loop carrier systems. This network modification is required to accommodate improvements to FM 740 per Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) Project# 1014-03-039.

    • ATT20090515L.1 Revision
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that this revision is to clarify that the Signal Transfer Points consolidation in 3rd Qtr 2011 will be to Kansas City, MO rather than Kansas. AT&T Southwest will be consolidating twenty two pair of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the South West region starting in 1st Qtr, 2010. The Abilene, Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland, Waco, San Antonio, Harlingen, and Corpus Christi will be consolidated into the Austin STP pair. The Wichita Falls, Longview, Houston, and Beaumont will be consolidated into the Dallas STP pair. The Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Fort Smith, Topeka, Tulsa, Wichita, Oklahoma City, St. Louis, Springfield will be consolidated into the Kansas City Missouri STP pair in 3rd Qtr 2011. AT&T and the SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service. Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20090515L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that AT&T Southwest will be consolidating twenty two pair of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the South West region starting in 1st Qtr, 2010. The Abilene, Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland, Waco, San Antonio, Harlingen, and Corpus Christi will be consolidated into the Austin STP pair. The Wichita Falls, Longview, Houston, and Beaumont will be consolidated into the Dallas STP pair. The Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Fort Smith, Topeka, Tulsa, Wichita, Oklahoma City, St. Louis, Springfield will be consolidated into the Kansas STP pair in 3rd Qtr 2011. AT&T and the SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service. Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20090515L.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing that AT&T Southwest will be consolidating twenty two pair of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the South West region starting in 1st Qtr, 2010. The Abilene, Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland, Waco, San Antonio, Harlingen, and Corpus Christi will be consolidated into the Austin STP pair. The Wichita Falls, Longview, Houston, and Beaumont will be consolidated into the Dallas STP pair. The Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Fort Smith, Topeka, Tulsa, Wichita, Oklahoma City, St. Louis, Springfield will be consolidated into the Kansas STP pair in 3rd Qtr 2011. AT&T and the SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service. Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20090120S.2
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing a revision to previous Network Disclosure ATT20090120S.2 - AT&T is requiring a longer interval for switch translation activities. Therefore, the date of the network change is moved from 7/24/09 to 8/28/09. AT&T Southwest Region is announcing the replacement of the (ANNATXWARS0 AXE) Remote Switch which is currently hosted from the McKinney wire center switch (MCKNTXLIDS1) with a Lucent 5E EXM2K remote switch (ANNATXWARS1). ANNATXWARS1 will be hosted from the McKinney wire center switch (MCKNTXLIDS0).

    • ATT20090120S.2
      AT&T Southwest Region is announcing the replacement of the (ANNATXWARS0 AXE) Remote Switch which is currently hosted from the McKinney wire center switch (MCKNTXLIDS1) with a Lucent 5E EXM2K remote switch (ANNATXWARS1). ANNATXWARS1 will be hosted fromthe McKinney wire center switch (MCKNTXLIDS0).

    • ATT20081114S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing on September 13, 2008, most of Galveston Island, Bolivar Peninsular and the Houston area received extensive damage from Hurricane Ike. The Galveston Sherwood central office was severely damaged and all switch, transport, and power plant equipment had to be replaced. This equipment included the Nortel DMS100 (GLTNTXSHDS0) local switch which served the Galveston Sherwood wire center. The (GLTNTXSHDS0) switch also served as host to the Port Bolivar and West Island remote switches both of which have been re-homed to the Galveston Southfield DMS100 switch (GLTNTXSODS0). The (GLTNTXSHDS0) switch was replaced with a Nortel Dual Remote Switching Center SONET (DRSC-S) remote switch and the new CLLI code will be (GLTNTXSHRS1) which will be homed from the (GLTNTXSODS0) switch. The (GLTNTXSHRS1) remote switch was turned up for service on 11/07/2008 and uses the point code 249-147-157. FCC Waiver # DA06-914 order adopted 4/20/2006 waived the prior notice and waiting period. As required by the FCC all Carriers impacted have been notified via Accessible Letters in September of 2008.

    • ATT20080801S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing the replacement of the (MCKNTXTERS0 AXE) Remote Switch, which is currently hosted from the McKinney wire center switch (MCKNTXLIDS1) with a Lucent 5E-EXM2K remote.

    • ATT20080725S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing the consolidating of its LNP databases in the AT&T Southwest Region, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas. Carriers who connect with AT&T Southwest Region using B or D Links may need to reconfigure their SS7 translations to reflect these new changes. Carriers who connect with AT&T Southwest Region via SS7 A-links should not need to make any changes.

    • ATT20080724S.1
      AT&T Southwest is announcing a Switch conversion in the Bridgeton Missouri Office from a Lucent 1AESS Analog Switch to a Lucent 5ESS Digital DRM. Location of change is from STLSMO42CG0 to STLSMO42DS1.

    • ATT20080630L.1
      AT&T Texas is deploying Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) and Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) equipment to serve various locations in Texas. In some cases, pre-existing Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platforms will be replaced with new FTTC or FTTP equipment. The targeted deployment of FTTP is in new build applications. However, in the Richardson, TX wire center (DLLSTXRN), an obsolete, manufacturer-discontinued Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platform must be replaced with newer FTTC or FTTP equipment in order for AT&T Texas to continue to provide dial-tone service. AT&T Texas is unable to acquire the discontinued FTTC equipment, or obtain vendor support to keep this FTTC system viable and usable.

    • ATT20080630L.2
      AT&T Kansas is deploying Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) and Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) equipment to serve various locations in Kansas. In some cases, pre-existing Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platforms will be replaced with new FTTC or FTTP equipment. The targeted deployment of FTTP is in new build applications. However, there are two areas in Kansas, The two affected locations are in the Cedar Creek sub-division within Olathe, KS wire center (KSCYKSOL), and the Hallbrook sub-division within Corporate Woods, KS wire center (KSCYKSCB). An obsolete, manufacturer-discontinued Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platform that exists today must be replaced with newer FTTC or FTTP equipment in order for AT&T Kansas to continue to provide dial-tone service. AT&T is unable to acquire the discontinued FTTC equipment, or obtain vendor support to keep this FTTC system viable and usable.

    • ATT20080617S.1
      AT&T Southwest announces it is consolidating its LNP databases in the AT&T Southwest Region, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas. Carriers who connect with AT&T Southwest Region using B or D Links may need to reconfigure their SS7 translations to reflect these new changes. Carriers who connect with AT&T Southwest Region via SS7 A-links should not need to make any changes.

    • ATT20080416S.1
      AT&T Southwest announces that it is consolidating its LNP databases in the AT&T Southwest Region, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas. Carriers who connect with AT&T Southwest Region using B or D Links may need to reconfigure their SS7 translations to reflect these new changes. Carriers who connect with AT&T Southwest Region via SS7 A-links should not need to make any changes.

    • ATT20071012S.1
      AT&T Southwest announces a change in DSL serving arrangements from CO based DSLAM to NGDLC platform due to a CIVIC project requiring copper retirement and relocation of facilities in Tyler, TX.

    • ATT20070613S.2
      AT&T is strategically deploying Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) equipment in AT&T Texas. In some cases, preexisting Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platforms will be replaced with new FTTP equipment. This change in available service offerings is due, among other things, to manufacturer discontinuances of currently deployed fiber based technology, and to manufacturer equipment and facilities and operational support system (OSS) limitations. With the change, there are some service types currently supported on preexisting Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platforms which cannot be supported and provided over the new FTTP deployments.

    • ATT20070613S.1
      AT&T is strategically deploying Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) equipment in AT&T Kansas. In some cases, preexisting Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platforms will be replaced with new FTTP equipment. This change in available service offerings is due, among other things, to manufacturer discontinuances of currently deployed fiber based technology, and to manufacturer equipment and facilities and operational support system (OSS) limitations. With the change, there are some service types currently supported on preexisting Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) platforms which cannot be supported and provided over the new FTTP deployments.

    • ATT20070316S.1
      AT&T Southwest announces the retirement of a segment of copper feeder cable which currently serves three Serving Area Interfaces (SAI) located in the Lawton Main Wire Center. Being replaced by Digital Loop Carrier.

    • ATT20070315S.1
      AT&T Southwest announces the Elimination and Retirement of the Ladue DS4 5ESS Digital Switch STLSMO21DS4 and decommissioning and collapsing all customers and NXX's ( 314587, 314251, 314274 ) into the existing Ladue DS3 5ESS Digital Switch STLSMO21DS3. Same building and Same rate center.

    • ATT20060911L.1
      AT&T Southwest announces access services – Town & Country Switch elimination and rehome of Code 636529 into the Creve Coeur Wire center. Same Rate Center. TWACMOABRS4 to STLSMO27DS0.

    • ATT20060320S.1
      AT&T Missouri announces the HNBLMOAC01T tandem is being downgraded to a class 5 switch.

    • ATT20060320S.2
      AT&T Missouri announces the MEXCMOJU01T tandem is being downgraded to a class 5 switch.

    • ATT20060315S.1
      AT&T Missouri announces the FLRVMOGE01T tandem is being downgraded to a class 5 switch.

    • ATT20060221L.1
      Elimination of Woodsmill ORM Switch and Wire Center and collapse into the Manchester 5E Switch and Wire Center using Next Generation Digital Loop Carrier due to the property owner wanting the building in which the Woodsmill ORM is located, demolished and the land redeveloped. Lease agreements and ROW have been established for this project.

    • SBC20051214S.1
      SBC Southwest Region 5 State will be making changes to the configuration of it's 8xx databases used to provide TollFree (8xx) services.

    • SBC20050712S.1
      SBC Southwest announces the removal of Call Screening from Service call Routing.

    • SBC20050218S.1
      Existing Central Office terminated copper facilities are attached to the Topeka Blvd Bridge. City of Topeka Bridge Project #1205303 is removing the bridge before rebuilding the bridge. Existing copper facilities will no longer be available. City of Topeka is projecting a bid letting date of December of 2005 and facilities must be completely off the bridge by January of 2006. Facilities will be moved to fiber fed Pair Gain.

    • SBC20050106S.1
      Road Widening Project (a Federal Project) requires the displacement of existing copper facilities.

    • SBC20040920S.1
      The platform that SBC Southwest Region 5State uses to provide LIDB and CNAM services has been discontinued.

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AT&T Network Disclosures – Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin

    • ATT20140410S.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with fiber optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (HLTNWI11), Houlton, WI serving wire center due to a road reconstruction. It is not feasible to replace facilities in place; therefore all services are being transferred to new DLC systems. The triggering event is Wisconsin Department of Transportation project 8110-02-01 / 71 STH 64 from St Croix River To CTH E. This will affect all AT&T WI facilities in an area west of the newly proposed STH 64 and Cty Trk Hwy E crossing from Anderson Scout Camp Rd to the newly proposed Stillwater Bridge crossing to Minnesota. ATT OSP Project is 9245099. Projected implementation is 3rd Qtr 2014.

    • ATT20131122L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (CHCGILSUDS1) Genband DMS100 switch into the collocated (CHCGILSUDS2) Genband DMS100 switch. Both switches are located in the Chicago-Superior central office, Chicago, IL. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the CHCGILSUDS1 DMS100 switch into the collocated CHCGILSUDS2 DMS100 switch during the fourth quarter of 2014.

    • ATT20131107S.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary for: 1) the transfer of NPA-NXX code 312-430, which is used for Chicago 911 service, from the CHCGILCLDS0 Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch to the collocated CHCGILCLDS3 Genband DMS100 2) the transfer of NPA-NXX code 312-710, which is used for Chicago 911 service, from the CHCGILMODS0 Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch to the collocated CHCGILMODS1 Genband DMS100 Projected implementation is 04/19/2014. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information regarding the transfer of NPA-NXX codes 312-430 and 312-710 which are both used for Chicago 911 service, from Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switches to collocated Genband DMS100 switches.

    • ATT20131108L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (CHCGILFRDS5) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch into the collocated (CHCGILFRDS3) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch. Both switches are located in the Chicago-Franklin central office, Chicago, IL. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the CHCGILFRDS6 5ESS switch into the collocated CHCGILFRDS3 5ESS switch during the third quarter of 2014.

    • ATT20130904S.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with fiber optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (MILWWI12) serving wire center due to a road reconstruction. It is not feasible to replace facilities in place; therefore all services are being transferred to new DLC systems. The triggering event is Wisconsin Department of Transportation project 1060-33-78 - Prop. #7 affecting all facilities south of I94, north of W Greenfield Avenue, west of S 84th St and east of S 96th St. ATT OSP Project is 9067906. Projected implementation is 12/31/2013.

    • ATT20130802L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (LNNGMISOCG0) located in the Lansing South central office, Lansing, MI, with a Genband DRSCS remote switch (LNNGMISORS0) hosted from the Lansing Main DMS100/200 switch (LNNGMIMNDS0/20T).

    • ATT20130530S.1 rev1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with fiber optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (WOTNOH88) serving wire center due to a road widening and reconstruction. It is not feasible to replace facilities in place; therefore all services are being transferred to existing or new DLC systems. The triggering event is Ohio Department of Transportation project FRA-270-21.63 affecting all facilities along High Street (US 23) from I-270 to Flint Rd.

    • ATT20130530S.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced with fiber optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (WOTNOH88) serving wire center due to a road widening and reconstruction. It is not feasible to replace facilities in place; therefore all services are being transferred to existing or new DLC systems. The triggering event is Ohio Department of Transportation project FRA-270-21.63 affecting all facilities along High Street (US 23) from I-270 to Flint Rd.

    • ATT20130205L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes to the Chicago, Illinois, Northbrook (NBRKILNT52T) 4ESS tandem serving LATA 358 which has been scheduled for decommissioning by October 2014. All carriers, (Independent LECs, Wireless Service Providers, CLECs, Interexchange Carriers, and IP-enabled Voice Information Service (IP-VIS) providers) that have trunking to this tandem will be affected by this change. All carriers need to move their traffic to the Chicago, Illinois, NBRKILNT55T Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch between August 2013 and March 2014.

    • ATT20120925L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the CMCYILCCDS1 Nokia-Siemens EWSD switch into the collocated CMCYILCCDS0 Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS. Both switches are located in the Calumet City central office, Calumet City, IL. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the CMCYILCCDS1 EWSD switch into the collocated CMCYILCCDS0 5ESS switch during the second quarter of 2013.

    • ATT20120806L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (SFLDMIMNDS0) Genband DMS100 switch into the collocated (SFLDMIMNDS1) Genband DMS100 switch. Both switches are located in the Southfield Main central office, Southfield, MI. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the SFLDMIMNDS0 DMS100 switch into the collocated SFLDMIMNDS1 DMS100 switch during the fourth quarter of 2013.

    • ATT20120803L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (CHCGILHBDS0) Genband DMS100 switch into the collocated (CHCGILHBDS1) Genband DMS100 switch. Both switches are located in the Chicago-Humboldt central office, Chicago, IL. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the CHCGILHBDS0 DMS100 switch into the collocated CHCGILHBDS1 DMS100 switch during the second quarter of 2013.

    • ATT20120601L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (CHCGILAUCG0) located in the Chicago-Austin central office, Chicago, IL, with a Nortel MG9000 remote switch (CHCGILAURP0) hosted from the Chicago Newcastle tandem switch (CHCGILNE20T/DS1) during the second quarter of 2013.

    • ATT20120119L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the ARLHILAHDS0 Genband DMS100 switch into the collocated ARLHILAHDS1 Genband DMS100 switch. Both switches are located in the Arlington Heights central office, Arlington Heights, IL.

    • ATT20111115L.1 Revision

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (ANARMIMNDS1) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch into the collocated (ANARMIMNDS0) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch. Both switches are located in the Ann Arbor Main central office, Ann Arbor, MI. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the ANARMIMNDS1 5ESS switch into the collocated ANARMIMNDS0 5ESS switch during the third quarter of 2012. Revision is showing NPA-NXX groupings.

    • ATT20111115L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (ANARMIMNDS1) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch into the collocated (ANARMIMNDS0) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch. Both switches are located in the Ann Arbor Main central office, Ann Arbor, MI. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the ANARMIMNDS1 5ESS switch into the collocated ANARMIMNDS0 5ESS switch during the third quarter of 2012.

    • ATT20110601L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (OKPKILOPCG1) located in the Oak Park central office, Oak Park, IL, with a Nortel MG9000 remote switch (OKPKILOPRP0) hosted from the Chicago Newcastle tandem switch (CHCGILNE20T/DS1).

    • ATT20110117S.1

      AT&T Midwest Region is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS ENSEMBLE switch (MILWWI48DS2) in the Milwaukee West central office is being collapsed into the collocated Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS local switch (MILWWI48DS0).

    • ATT20101221L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (PNTCMIWSCG0) located in the Pontiac West central office, Pontiac, MI, with a Genband MG9000 remote switch (PNTCMIWSRP0) hosted from the Wayne access tandem switch (WAYNMIMN20T/DS1).

    • ATT20091022L.1 rev

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that this revision is being sent due to the conversion date being moved out three months from 4th Qtr 2010 to 1st Qtr 2011. AT&T Midwest will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (LIVNMIMNCG0) located in the Livonia Main central office, Livonia, MI, with a Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (LIVNMIMNRP0) hosted from the Wayne access tandem (WAYNMIMN20T/DS1).

    • ATT20091102L.1 rev1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing a revision to ATT20091102L.1 that will push the implementation date from the third quarter to the fourth quarter of 2010.  This change will make the necessary changes to collapse the existing Alcatel/Lucent 1AESS switch (DRBRMIDBCG0) located in the Dearborn Main Central Office, Dearborn, MI, into the collocated Alcatel/Lucent 5ESS switch (DRBRMIDBDS0). NPA-NXXs 313-277, 313-561, 313-562, 313-563, 313-565 and 313-724 will be moved from the DRBRMIDBCG0 1AESS to the DRBRMIDBDS0 5ESS.

    • ATT20100416L.1

      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will be making changes necessary to collapse the existing Alcatel/Lucent 1AESS switch (BRHMMIMNCG0) located in the Birmingham Central Office, Birmingham, MI, into the collocated Siemens EWSD  switch (BRHMMIMNDS0). NPA-NXXs 248-258, , 248-433, 248-540, 248-642, 248-644, 248-645, 248-646, 248-647, 248-901 and 248-988 will be moved from the BRHMMIMNCG0 1AESS to the BRHMMIMNDS0 EWSD.

    • ATT20100311L.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (WYNDMIMNCG0) located in the Wyandotte central office, Wyandotte, MI, with a Nortel MG9000 remote switch (WYNDMIMNRP0) hosted from the Wayne tandem switch (WAYNMIMN20T/DS1).

    • ATT20100201L.1
      AT&T Midwest is that it will make changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Nortel DMS100 switch (BLVLMINEDS0) located in the Belleville Northeast central office, Belleville, MI, with a Nortel RLCM remote switch (BLVLMINERS0) hosted from the Ypslianti DMS100 local switch (YPSLMIMNDS0)

    • ATT20090213S.1 rev2
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that Supplement/Revision is being issued to change the completion date for the Wisconsin SS7 link rehomes to 2ND Quarter, 2010.   AT&T Midwest Region has determined that the re-homing of SS7 links in LATAs 352 cannot commence until 2Q2010. The Ohio SS7 link rehomes will remain scheduled in the 1ST Quarter, 2010 as previously communicated. AT&T Midwest Region will be consolidating two pairs of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the Midwest region effective 2010.  The Youngstown/Youngstown STP pair will be folded into the Cleveland STP pair in the 1ST Quarter, 2010, and the Eau Claire/Menomonie STP pair will be folded into the Milwaukee STP pair in the 2ND Quarter, 2010.   AT&T Midwest Region and SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service.  Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20091210S.1
      AT&T Michigan is announcing that Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS ENSEMBLE end office switch at Troy, MI Main wire center (TROYMIMNDS1), is being decommissioned and removed from the network. AT&T Michigan is decommissioning and removing the current Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS ENSEMBLE end office switch in its entirety. It will not be replaced. The decommissioning date will be effective March 31st, 2010.

    • ATT20091102L.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will make changes necessary to collapse the existing Alcatel/Lucent 1AESS switch (DRBRMIDBCG0) located in the Dearborn Main Central Office, Dearborn, MI, into the collocated Alcatel/Lucent 5ESS switch (DRBRMIDBDS0). NPA-NXXs 313-277, 313-561, 313-562, 313-563, 313-565 and 313-724 will be moved from the DRBRMIDBCG0 1AESS to the DRBRMIDBDS0 5ESS.

    • ATT20091022L.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it is making changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (LIVNMIMNCG0) located in the Livonia Main central office, Livonia, MI, with a Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (LIVNMIMNRP0) hosted from the Wayne access tandem (WAYNMIMN20T/DS1). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the replacement of the Livonia Main Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch (LIVNMIMNCG0) with a Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (LIVNMIMNRP0) hosted from the Wayne tandem (WAYNMIMN20T/DS1) during the fourth quarter of 2010.

    • ATT20090213S.1 Revision
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will be making a revision. This Revision is being issued to change the completion date to 1ST Quarter, 2010. AT&T Midwest Region has determined that the re-homing of SS7 links in LATAs 352 and 322 cannot commence until 1Q2010. AT&T Midwest Region will be consolidating two pairs of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the Midwest region effective in the 1ST quarter 2010. The Eau Claire/Menomonie STP pair will be folded into the Milwaukee STP pair, and the Youngstown/Youngstown STP pair will be folded into the Cleveland STP pair. AT&T Midwest Region and SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service. Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20090831L.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it will be making changes necessary to support the Dial-With-Dial replacement of the Nortel DMS100 switch (LIVNMIMNDS0) located in the Livonia Main central office, Livonia, MI, with a Nortel MG9000 ABI remote switch (LIVNMIMNRP0) hosted from the Wayne access tandem (WAYNMIMN20T/DS1).

    • ATT20090213S.1
      AT&T Midwest Region is announcing that they will be consolidating two pairs of Signal Transfer Points (STPs) in the Midwest region effective in the 3RD Quarter, 2009. The Eau Claire/Menomonie STP pair will be folded into the Milwaukee STP pair, and the Youngstown/Youngstown STP pair will be folded into the Cleveland STP pair. AT&T and SS7 Access Carriers will have to move their SS7 links to the recipient STPs in order to maintain service. Carriers with SS7 connectivity already residing at the recipient STPs will only need to make translations changes.

    • ATT20081121S.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing a REVISION to ATT20080925L.1. A hardware fault has created a database corruption issue in the CLEVOH6230W STP. While a workaround has been implemented, AT&T needs to complete the network change early in the 1st quarter of 2009 in order to prevent any further degradation of service to our LNP database which might create problems for any Carriers that have to interface.

      AT&T is migrating its LNP databases for Ohio. Carriers who connect with AT&T Midwest Region using A and B Links will need to allow LNP query responses from the new LNP database point codes of PNTCMIMN72W 250-007-000 and WAYNMIMN02W 250-006-000.

    • ATT20080925L.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it is migrating its LNP databases for Ohio. Carriers who connect with AT&T Midwest Region using A and B Links will need to allow LNP query responses from the new LNP database point codes of PNTCMIMN72W 250-007-000 and WAYNMIMN02W 250-006-000.

    • ATT20080827S.3
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it is migrating its LNP databases for Indiana. Carriers who connect with AT&T Midwest Region using A and B Links will need to allow LNP query responses from the new LNP database point codes of (CHCGILWB78W 250-001-000 and ELGNILEL02W 250-000-000).

    • ATT20080827S.2
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it is migrating its LNP databases for Illinois. Carriers who connect with AT&T Midwest Region using A and B Links will need to allow LNP query responses from the new LNP database point codes of (DRFDILDF03W 250-003-000 and RVDLILRD02W 250-004-000).

    • ATT20080827S.1
      AT&T Midwest is announcing that it is migrating its LNP databases for Wisconsin. Carriers who connect with AT&T Midwest Region using A and B Links will need to allow LNP query responses from the new LNP database point codes of (CHCGILWB78W 250-001-000 and ELGNILEL02W 250-000-000).

    • ATT20080507S.1
      AT&T Midwest announces that the NCHCILNC20T tandem must be upgraded to become a local/toll switch (class 4/5). The new CLLI code NCHCILNCDS1 will be associated with the local side of the tandem. NPA-NXX 847-688 will be moved from the NCHCILNCDS0 switch to the NCHCILNCDS1 switch. LRN 8476880000 will be established in the NCHCILNCDS1 switch.

    • ATT20070301S.1
      AT&T Midwest announces the 8XX databases used by AT&T Midwest to provide TollFree (8xx) services are being retired. AT&T Midwest will eliminate these databases and gain replacement functionality from AT&T Southwest.

    • ATT20060510S.1
      AT&T Midwest Region announces All of the STPs (Signaling Transfer Point) currently in the AT&T Midwest Region signaling network have been manufacturer discontinued. The existing STPs will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP. AT&T Midwest Region has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • ATT20060510S.2
      AT&T Midwest Region announces All of the STPs (Signaling Transfer Point) currently in the AT&T Midwest Region signaling network have been manufacturer discontinued. The existing STPs will be replaced with a new vendor's Next Generation STP. AT&T Midwest Region has been advised by Telcordia that a new CLLI will be required because CLLI codes are vendor specific. New link set codes will also be required. Existing Point Codes will not change and will remain the same.

    • SBC20051221S.1
      In order to standardize this service offering across the SBC13State footprint, SBC Midwest 5 State Region will outsource its CNAM Access service to the SNET Diversified Group (SNET DG). This change will become effective March 28, 2006 with a CNARG (Calling Name Access Routing Guide) update. Customers should be prepared to make all relevant translation changes necessary to redirect their CNAM traffic (Native and Ported) to SNET DG, effective, March 28, 2006. Customers will notice billing/invoice format changes as a part of this transition. Companies that administer CNAM data will continue to use the same administrative system and the same methods used today.

    • SBC20050711S.1
      SBC Illinois announces the installation of a new Warrenville, Lucent 5EDRM at 3S061 Manning Ave. Warrenville IL.

    • SBC20050404S.1
      The Pontiac, Michigan 4ESS tandem switch serving LATA 340 has been scheduled for decommissioning. All carriers that have trunking on this tandem will be affected by this change.

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AT&T Network Disclosures – Connecticut

    • ATT20111114L.1 Revision
      AT&T Connecticut is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (WTRBCT00DS1) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch into the collocated (WTRBCT00DS0) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch. Both switches are located in the Waterbury central office, Waterbury, CT. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the WTRBCT00DS1 5ESS switch into the collocated WTRBCT00DS0 5ESS switch during the third quarter of 2012. Revision is showing NPA-NXX groupings.

    • ATT20111114L.1
      AT&T Connecticut is announcing that it will make changes necessary to support the collapse of the (WTRBCT00DS1) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch into the collocated (WTRBCT00DS0) Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS switch. Both switches are located in the Waterbury central office, Waterbury, CT. The purpose of this Network Discloser is to provide Dial-With-Dial information regarding the collapse of the WTRBCT00DS1 5ESS switch into the collocated WTRBCT00DS0 5ESS switch during the third quarter of 2012.

    • SBC20051214S.3
      The 8XX databases used by SBC East to provide TollFree (8xx) services are being retired. SBC East will eliminate these databases and gain replacement functionality from SBC Southwest. SBC East will migrate all relevant data to SBC Southwest and reroute all 8xx query traffic there as well. At the conclusion of this effort, SBC East will remove it's 8xx databases from the network. SBC Southwest will add 8xx databases to handle the additional load.

    • SBC20050425S.1
      The HRFRCT03DS7 switch will be removed from the INAS (Internet) Overlay Network. The change is being implemented due to continued decrease in utilization of both PRIs and CCS. There are currently no working PRIs in the HRFRCT03DS7 switch.

    • SBC20030911S.3
      SBC SNET announces the introduction of Optical Ethernet Metropolitan Area Network (OPTEMAN) a metro area service that utilizes Ethernet LAN Packets running over optical fiber within or as access to a service provider's Internet or Inter LATA Network at locations in SBC SNET

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AT&T Network Disclosures – AT&T ASI

    • ASI20021015L.2
      Notice of Network Change – Easley, SC Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
    • ASI20021015L.1
      Introduction of a Virtual Path (VP) connection oriented architecture will coexist with the current Virtual Channel (VC) architecture

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AT&T Network Disclosures – AT&T – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

    • ATT20140401L.1
      Bellsouth Telecommunications LLC. is announcing that in the Oviedo wire center (OVIDFLCA) – Route 3, there will be a cutover of 114 working circuits to a nearby DLC. The copper cable will be retired in place and a total of 12,800 feet of 314/400/1200-pair copper cable (800’ of underground PIC cable & 12,000’ of buried PIC copper) from CO MDF to MH S1 & from MH S1 to MH E8 on SR419 will be retired. This is due to copper facility conflicts associated with FDOT road move plans for SR426/SR419 from Pine Street to Lockwood Blvd. There is a fiber fed DLC site in the route with existing hardwire capacity to provide the necessary cutover from copper facilities to pair gain. There are three SAIs affected by the cutover of cable 3 to existing PG and FPG counts from a fiber-fed DLC serving the affected Xboxes. The affected copper cable count is 3, 1-1200. There is currently one Competitive Carrier circuit of this type (DSL) on the affected copper facilities.

    • ATT20140306L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that the Genband DMS100 standalone end office switch at Atlanta, GA – Ben Hill (ATLNGABH34F) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a GENBAND G6 Line gateway hosted from the Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ). The cutover is scheduled for the 3rd Qtr 2014.

    • ATT20140227S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20130830L.1. The service date has been moved out to the second quarter of 2014. This is due to funding delays. The Genband end office switch at Mt Olive Central (MTOLNCCE65F) is being replaced with a Genband RSC-S Remote hosted from the Raleigh, NC – New Hope DMS100 switch (RLGHNCHO87G). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Mt Olive Central (MTOLNCCE65F) End Office Switch Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans.

    • ATT20140212S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC will be working Project 8641237 that will place a Tellabs 1000 52BU cabinet in Carrier Serving Area 1314A, P65 Cochran Hwy, and 6.1kf of fiber cable in route 1 of the Eastman wire center (ESMNGAES) to eliminate conflicts with GDOT road project PI#221975. Existing copper F1 facilites will be removed in DA131481 and DA131681. The existing 400 pr copper feeder cable (only 7 working lines), the existing DLE systems at RT1324A, and an existing 144 fiber cable are in conflict with GDOT project PI#221975. The fiber cable will be replaced and a new Tellabs 1000 cabinet will replace the existing DLE systems. The 7 working lines on copper will be transferred to the new Tellabs equipment.

    • ATT20140129S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC will be adding two optical interfaces to the current Serial Component Video Service and High Definition Video Transport Service product offerings. OC48c SONET and 10 GbE Ethernet optical interfaces will be added. This enhancement will be available in all BellSouth 9 state regions.

    • ATT20130830S.1 rev1
      This is a revision to ATT20130830S.1. The service date has been moved out to the second quarter of 2014. This is due to funding delays. BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that the Genband end office switch at Winston-Salem Whitaker Park (WNSLNCWH75F) is being collapsed into an existing collocated Genband RSC Remote (WNSLNCWHRS0) currently hosted from the Winston-Salem Fifth Street switch, (WNSLNCFI74H). The replacement date is set for 2nd Qtr 2014. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Winston-Salem Whitaker Park (WNSLNCWH75F) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is collapsing the existing Genband end office into a collocated Genband remote switch. The existing switch, WNSLNCWH75F, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, WNSLNCWHRS0, during the 2nd Qtr, 2014. Although the remote is currently hosted from the Winston-Salem Fifth Street switch, (WNSLNCFI74H), the remote will not be effective in BIRRDS/LERG until the 5/3/2014 effective date.

    • ATT20130710S.1 rev1
      BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20130710S.1. The ready for service date is changing to the 1st Qtr of 2014. This change is due to the vendor equipment not being ready for deployment as was previously planned in the 4th Qtr 2013. It is also associated with Network Disclosure ATT20130114L.1 which was changed from 3rd Qtr 2013 to 4th Qtr 2013. This is notification of the installation of a GENBAND GENiUS C20A in the Atlanta, GA, East Point Central Office (ATLNGAEP). The scheduled ready for service date is during 1st Qtr 2014. This will be a lineless host (ATLNGAEPDSQ) with no live traffic at this time.

    • ATT20130918L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing the retirement of fiber facilities that currently provide FITL architecture. This retirement is due to the replacement of the FITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform in the (NTCHMSMA) serving wire center. This replacement will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in placing new customer serving terminals and cutting over service to new platform. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4-8) hours. Currently there are no Competitive Carrier Circuits that will be displaced, and there are no CLEC POTS lines to be migrated.

    • ATT20130830S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that the Genband end office switch at Winston-Salem Whitaker Park (WNSLNCWH75F) is being collapsed into an existing collocated Genband RSC Remote (WNSLNCWHRS0) currently hosted from the Winston-Salem Fifth Street switch, (WNSLNCFI74H). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Winston-Salem Whitaker Park (WNSLNCWH75F) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. The replacement date is set for 3/1/2014.

    • ATT20130827S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. Is announcing that in the FORT PIERCE MAIN (FTPRFLMA) – Route 3. It will cut over 82 working circuits to nearby DLC and retire in place a total of 10,721 feet of 600/900/1200-pair all buried pulp copper cables from MH S44 to a splice point at 268 Easy St due to high maintenance cost associated with pressure troubles. The affected cable requires 20-nitrogen bottles each week to maintain pressure. There are seven SAI affected by the cutover of cable 18 to existing PG and FPG counts from fiber-fed DLC serving the affected Xboxes. The affected copper cable count is 18, 1-900.

    • ATT20130830L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that the Genband end office switch at Mt Olive Central (MTOLNCCE65F) is being replaced with a Genband RSC-S Remote hosted from the Raleigh, NC – New Hope DMS100 switch (RLGHNCHO87G). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Mt Olive Central (MTOLNCCE65F) End Office Switch Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. The replacement date is set for 3/15/2014.

    • ATT20130710S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. is announcing that this is a revision to ATT20130114L.1 a Long Term Network Disclosure which provided notification of the installation of a GENBAND GENiUS C20A in the Atlanta, GA, East Point Central Office (ATLNGAEP). The scheduled ready for service date is being changed to the 4th Qtr 2013. This will be a lineless host (ATLNGAEPDSQ) with no live traffic at this time. The revision is due to the installation not being ready within the 3rd Qtr of 2013.

    • ATT20130703S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. is announcing the GENBAND RNS end office switch at Leesville, LA Simpson (LEVLLASNDS0) is being replaced by a Nortel RSC Remote (LEVLLASNRS0) will be hosted from Lafayette Main (LFYTLAMADS0). The cutover is scheduled for 4th Quarter, 2013 on November 16, 2013. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Leesville, Louisiana (LEVLLASNDS0) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans.

    • ATT20130424L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that AT&T, on behalf of the Tennessee Emergency Communications Board (TECB) is planning to migrate 9-1-1 call traffic from the legacy 9-1-1 Selective Router (SR) Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) network platform onto a new Internet Protocol (IP) based Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) network architecture in the State of Tennessee. In Tennessee the new NG9-1-1 architecture, an Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) is referred to as NG9-1-1 Over NetTN. When completely implemented this new NG9-1-1 service and associated network elements will provide NENA i3 based Internet Protocol connectivity to all of the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in Tennessee. However, this will be a phased migration, beginning with the AT&T Jackson, TN SR (JCSNTNMADS0) ONLY. The purpose of this disclosure is to notify all carriers who currently interconnect to the AT&T Jackson, TN SR (JCSNTNMADS0) that they will need to issue orders to AT&T to provision new connections from their originating networks to two or more of the new AT&T NG9-1-1 Over NetTN ingress points using the designated assignments.

    • ATT20130329L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Birmingham, AL Bessemer (BSMRALMA42E) is being replaced by a Nortel MG9000 ABI Remote (BSMRALMARPA) hosted from the Birmingham Main & Toll (BRHMALMT0GT/DS0). The cutover is scheduled for 4th Quarter, 2013 on November 2, 2013.

    • ATT20130114L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that the installation of a GENBAND GENiUS C20A in the Atlanta, GA, East Point Central Office (ATLNGAEP). The scheduled ready for service date is during 3rd Qtr 2013. This will be a lineless host (ATLNGAEPDSQ) with no live traffic at this time.

    • ATT20121213L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at HLWD Hallandale (HLWDFLHA45E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (HLWDFLHARP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location.

    • ATT20121101L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that copper facilities will be replaced in the (CHRLNCCR) serving wire center with fiber and Digital Loop Electronics due to the fact that existing copper facilities are in being displaced due to NC DOT project 512-03-010, Rea Rd widening project, between Carson's Pond Rd and MacAndrew Dr.

    • ATT20121022S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that copper facilities that feed an area in Maynardville, Tennessee (MYVLTNMA) along and adjacent to Tazewell Pike will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for placement of a new Remote Terminal cabinet in order to address a chronic trouble condition.

    • ATT20121019S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that Poplarville MS (PPVLMSMA) DSA 5114A DA 511401 DLC (SLC5, SLC96) and ATM DSL (ALU7300) equipment experienced water damage due to Hurricane Isaac. Service has been temporarily restored and will be cut to new feeder facilities that will consist of fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier and IPDSLAM. Force Majeure declared on August 29, 2012. AT&T Disaster Recovery Plan implemented August 26th, 2012. FCC Waiver # DA06-914 order adopted 4/20/2006 waived the prior notice and waiting period. As required by the FCC all Carriers impacted have been notified via Accessible Letters on October 19th of 2012.

    • ATT20120924L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that they will remove copper feeder cables in the Martinez GA (AGSTGAAU) serving wire center along Old Evans Rd and Old Petersburg Rd involved in DOT project # STP00-7063-00(001). The copper cable feeds cross boxes Pedestal 5 Old Petersburg Rd., 470 Old Evans Rd, 365 Blue Ridge Dr., 401 Columbia Industrial Blvd and 524 Old Evans Rd. It is planned to cut over the working lines at the cross boxes to the existing NPG3907 count which serves from RT4107a, 470 Old Evans Rd.

    • ATT20120822S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that due to conflicts with Georgia Department of Transportation project NH-000-0006-02(055) - Dougherty County - 422550 at the N Jefferson St interchange of Liberty Expressway (US Hwy 82 W), AT&T will retire the existing copper loop cables feeding DAs 114208 and 121602 in the (ALBYGAMA) wire center and replace the copper feed with fiber fed Digital Loop Carrier. Customers impacted include Marsh Landing Apartments, the 2600 block of N Jefferson St, and Lovers Lane Rd area from N Jefferson St to Shrine Club Rd. Conduit sections in the DOT project area must be vacated and abandoned due to road bed reconstruction. Existing fiber cables will be replaced, and new NGDLC systems will support existing and future customers working through the project area.

    • ATT20120723S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that in the Columbus serving wire center (CLMBGAMT) –Main route 1 has a Georgia DOT road improvement project that was let for bid in April, 2012. The GA DOT project (PI#351010) will perform road improvement work along Whittlesey Rd from Veterans Pkwy to Whitesville Rd. All AT&T facilities within the project limits are in jeopardy and must be relocated. This includes the 1800 pair SAI at S 6440 Bradley Park Drive (DA170206) and the feeder facilities feeding the Bradley Park Drive SAI. The majority of the working circuits in DA170206 feed from multiplexers and DLC in a CEV at 6501 Whitesville Rd (RT1702A). The Bradley Park SAI currently has 34 CO-fed copper pairs terminated with 11 circuits (Currently no UNEs) working in this count. The CO-fed copper count feeds from MH D59 at the intersection of Veterans Pkwy and Whittlesey Rd, in a 600 pair cable along Whittlesey Rd, to the Bradley Park SAI. The Bradley Park SAI will be replaced with an 1800 pair SAI. Copper feeder cables (750 feet 900pr, 1.5Kft 600pr) will be placed from the 6501 Whitesville CEV to the new SAI. The existing CO-fed circuits will be cutover to existing DLC systems in the 6501 Whitesville CEV, and the 600 pair copper feeder cable feeding from Veterans Parkway west to the SAI will not be replaced.

    • ATT20120725L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC. is announcing that in the Covington wire center (CVTNLAMA) copper cable will be retired and replaced with a fiber fed Digital Loop Carrier (DLC) system. One (1) Serving Area Interface (SAI) in the Covington Wire Center (CVTNLAMA) will be affected. The cable and cable counts that will be affected are cable-15, pairs 1-600. Copper facilities will be replaced with fiber optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. The replacement of cable is required because of a Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LDOTD) road widening project (#H001340) this project requires that all AT&T facilities in the right of way be relocated due to the road project.

    • ATT20120629L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that due to chronic maintenance issues, AT&T has elected to replace the existing copper cables feeding DA 418502 in the (THVLGAMA) wire center with fiber fed cable and a Next Generation Digital Loop Carrier. The DA includes facilities south and west of Pinetree Blvd and W. Jackson St. Customers along Burning Leaf Drive, Greenleaf Terrace, Hiding Place, Hunters Glen, and Tall Pines Drive in Thomasville GA wire center will be impacted.

    • ATT20120530L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that It is cutting the existing copper feeder facilities to fiber fed DLC facilities on Poplar Rd in DA240431 of the Newnan Exchange (NWNNGAMA). In response to the new hospital and medical developments, the Georgia Department of Transportation is planning to construct a cloverleaf entrance/exit interchange at I-85 and Poplar Rd and widen Poplar Rd in front of the new hospital (CSNHS-0009-00(323) / PI No. 0009323). This project has a Let date of November 2015. The existing X-box on the right-of-way at F 733 Old Poplar Rd and its corresponding feeder cable are within the construction limits of this project and will require relocation. In order to clear the construction limits of the GA DOT road project and provide facilities for growth existing copper cable will be removed and replaced with a fiber fed DLC.

    • ATT20120416L.1 revision
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that this revision is issued to remove the NPA-NXX of 305-208 from the listing as this code has already been migrated from the Miami Bayshore 1AESS switch. The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Miami Bayshore (MIAMFLBA85E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (MIAMFLBARP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Miami Bayshore Wire Center (MIAMFLBA85E) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, MIAMFLBA85E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, MIAMFLBARP0, on November 17, 2012 at 12:00:01 AM, Eastern Time.

    • ATT20120508L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that In Route 2 of the Meadow wood wire Center (CLMBGAMW), replacement of copper based facilities located along Moon Rd north of Wilbur Dr to Whittelsey Blvd requiring replacement due to road widening project by City of Columbus/ Muscogee County project #171520143 due to begin in 3rd Quarter 2012. The area involved is along Moon Rd from Wilbur Dr to the north to Whittelsey Blvd.

    • ATT20120418L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that copper Facilities that feed an area in Stanton, Kentucky (SNTNKYMA) along and adjacent to State Highway 15 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20120416L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Miami Bayshore (MIAMFLBA85E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (MIAMFLBARP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Miami Bayshore Wire Center (MIAMFLBA85E) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, MIAMFLBA85E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, MIAMFLBARP0, on November 17, 2012 at 12:00:01 AM, Eastern Time.

    • ATT20120306L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that copper Facilities which feed an area in Hattiesburg, MS (HTBGMSMA) along and adjacent on the east side of Hwy 49 N from Old Hwy 42 to I-59 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. The implementation date for this project is September 30, 2012.

    • ATT20111216S.3 revision
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing a revision is to correct the Carrier Address and Technical Issues Contact information in the top portion of the disclosure. The cancellations have already taken place in the 4th quarter of 2011. This Disclosure is cancelling all conversions except the ACWOGAU0000 and ACWOGAU0054 Conversion they will proceed. The other CLLI code location conversions in the Acworth GA wire center will be cancelled.

    • ATT20120201L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that three copper feeder cables and two fiber cables will be replaced by a new fiber cable and three DLC systems. The fiber will be placed from the Central Office on an alternate path along River St to the north of US Highway 84 W, turning at Summerlin St, to return to the conduit run west of the project area. The Georgia DOT has notified AT&T of a June 2012 let date for a grade separation project on US Highway 84 W in Lowndes County, Valdosta wire center (VLDSGAMA). Project PI#422710 will build an overpass at the Norfolk Southern railroad crossing within the Valdosta City Limits. All AT&T facilities within the project limits are in jeopardy and must be relocated. AT&T OSP personnel have contacted the DOT on several occasions and have been notified in writing that the project cannot be altered to accommodate the conduit run alongside the highway. Due to temporary travel lanes and permanent access roads, no right-of-way will be available for construction of a pole line or replacement of conduit sections for the 3-year duration of the project. The feeder requirements are approximately 13 kft of fiber feeder cable in sections F4101, F4108, F4109, and F4111. The SAI at S 107 Goosby St must be relocated, and new feed must be provided for F 1300 W Hill Av, F 1313 W Savannah Av, S 1514 W Hill Av, and Ped 1 Ridgecrest Rd, as well as non-interfaced plant just east of Interstate 75.

    • ATT20111216S.3
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that this Disclosure is cancelling all conversions except the ACWOGAU0000 and ACWOGAU0054 Conversion they will proceed. The other CLLI code location conversions in the Acworth Ga wire center will be cancelled. The existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours.

    • ATT20111216S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the cancellation of 30 Network Change notices involving migrating existing FITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform due to economic reasons.

    • ATT20111216S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the cancellation of 30 Network Change notices involving migrating existing FITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform due to economic reasons.

    • ATT20111201L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing copper Facilities that feed an area in New Haven, Kentucky (NWHNKYMA) wire center along and adjacent to State Highway 52 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 established the Universal Service Fund (USF) to maintain affordable telephone service and to bring new telecommunications technology to rural residents in sparsely populated, high-cost-to-serve areas.

    • ATT20111118S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing a revision to a Long Term Network Disclosure (ATT20110822L.1) and due to the change in implementation/ conversion date (part two of the revision) as listed below, this revision will make the disclosure a Short Term Network Disclosure. Technical aspects will also be required to assure that mechanisms are properly choked and routed which will be (part one of the revision) as listed below. The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Miami Metro (MIAMFLME32E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (MIAMFLMERP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location.

      Revision 1 is issued to show that (a) the local tandem function for MIAMFLMERP0 will be at the Miami Red Road (MIAMFLRR1GT) tandem location; (b) the Golden Glades Tandem (NDADFLGG03T) will serve as the Operator Services Tandem for MIAMFLMERP0; and (c) adds the request to evaluate and determine if existing choke mechanisms and trunking for code 305-350 are properly choked and routed correctly.

      Revision 2 is issued to change the conversion date to April 28, 2012.

      The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Miami, Florida - Metro Wire Center (MIAMFLME32E) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, MIAMFLME32E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, MIAMFLMERP0, on April 28, 2012 at 12:00:01 AM, Eastern Time.

    • ATT20111116S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the New Orleans Aurora 5EXM Switch (CLLI: NWORLAARRS1) will be absorbed into the New Orleans Aurora DMS100 (MG9K Switch) (CLLI: NWORLAARRP0). The cutover is scheduled for March 31, 2012 at 12:01 A.M. Central Time. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the New Orleans Aurora 5EXM Switch (CLLI: NWORLAARRS1) being absorbed by the New Orleans Aurora DMS100 (MG9K) Switch (CLLI: NWORLAARRP0). AT&T Southeast is moving customers from the existing 5EXM Switch to an existing collocated MG9K Switch. The Aurora 5EXM is a remote switch of the New Orleans Marrero 5ESS Switch (CLLI: NWORLAMRDS0). The customer migration will take place on Saturday March 31, 2012 at 12:01 A.M. Central Time.

    • ATT20111118L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Ft Lauderdale Sunrise (FTLDFLSU74E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (FTLDFLSURP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location. The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Ft Lauderdale Sunrise Wire Center (FTLDFLSU74E) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, FTLDFLSU74E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, FTLDFLSURP0, on June 23, 2012 at 12:00:01 AM, Eastern Time.

    • ATT20111108L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the copper Facilities that feed an area in the Mount Sterling, Kentucky wire center (MTSTKYMA) along and adjacent to Kentucky Highway 11 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for placement of fiber feeder cable and a new Remote Terminal cabinet as part of an AT&T Public Requirement project in response to a Kentucky Department of Transportation Highway Relocation project. KDOT Relocation Project 7-317.00. The Kentucky Department of Transportation has approved funding, beginning in 2012, to realign and widen Kentucky Highway 11 from immediately north of Interstate Highway 64 to a point 1 mile south of the Montgomery County/Bath County line as authorized under KDOT Relocation Project 7-317.00. The department has requested the relocation of all utilities within the construction zone of the project. Approximately 50 percent of the existing combined fiber/copper cable route, in addition to one Remote Terminal (RT) cabinet and one Serving Area Interface (SAI) falls within the proposed highway relocation. Replacement of the existing facilities requires the placement of fiber feeder cable, copper distribution cable and a new RT cabinet and associated SAI.

    • ATT20111031S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that copper Facilities that feed an area in the Mount Sterling, Kentucky wire center (MTSTKYMA) along and adjacent to Kentucky Highway 11 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for placement of fiber feeder cable and a new Remote Terminal cabinet as part of an AT&T Public Requirement project in response to a Kentucky Department of Transportation Highway Relocation project KDOT Project 7-317.00.

    • ATT20111104L.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the Migrating to AT&T Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) from the AT&T Legacy Selective Router (SR) in the Palm Beach County, Florida area (WPBHFLLEDS0 aka: Lake Worth E9-1-1 Tandem/Selective Router). AT&T announces direct interconnection with the deployment of Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) service for Palm Beach County, Florida. This new NG9-1-1 service and associated network elements provide NENA i3 based Internet Protocol connectivity to all of the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in Palm Beach County, Florida. Originating carriers will send their Palm Beach County customer's 9-1-1 calls directly to the new AT&T ESInet, instead of the legacy Selective Router (SR). Carriers should provision new SS7/ISUP signaling controlled facilities to each of the two AT&T ESInet ingress points for the aforementioned area as indicated below. Trunks installed for this purpose should be diversified between both facilities. The process for ordering facilities or trunks will not change, however, due to the sensitive nature of 9-1-1 service, all activity associated with this migration should have an appropriate level of coordination and oversight within each carrier.

    • ATT20111104L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the Migrating to AT&T Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) from the AT&T Legacy Selective Router (SR) in the Brevard County, Florida area (ORLDFLMADS1 aka: Orlando Magnolia E9-1-1 Tandem/Selective Router). AT&T announces direct interconnection with the deployment of Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) service for Brevard County, Florida. This new NG9-1-1 service and associated network elements provide NENA i3 based Internet Protocol connectivity to all of the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in Brevard County, Florida. Originating carriers will send their Brevard County customer's 9-1-1 calls directly to the new ESInet, instead of the legacy Selective Router (SR). Carriers should provision new SS7/ISUP signaling controlled facilities to each of the two AT&T ESInet ingress points for the aforementioned area as indicated below. Trunks installed for this purpose should be diversified between both facilities. The process for ordering facilities or trunks will not change, however, due to the sensitive nature of 9-1-1 service, all activity associated with this migration should have an appropriate level of coordination and oversight within each carrier.

    • ATT20111025S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that this is a revision of the previous Long Term Network Disclosure ATT20110822L.1 and because of the revision and timeline it now has to be filed as a Short Term Network Disclosure with the new filing number of ATT20111025S.1 revision. The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Miami Metro (MIAMFLME32E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (MIAMFLMERP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location. Revision 1 is issued to show that (a) the local tandem function for (MIAMFLMERP0) will be at the Miami Red Road (MIAMFLRR1GT) tandem location; (b) the Golden Glades Tandem (NDADFLGG03T) will serve as the Operator Services Tandem for MIAMFLMERP0; and (c) adds the request to evaluate and determine if existing choke mechanisms and trunking for code 305-350 are properly choked and routed correctly.

    • ATT20111025L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the work proposed will implement CSA design by eliminating the loaded copper feeder facilities and create a new Remote Terminal site at 6512 Celeste Rd in route 4 of the Saraland wire center (MOBLALSA). Two new structures will be required. All affected lines will be transferred to a new next generation digital loop carrier cabinet and a remote DSLAM cabinet. All central office fed copper replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier along Celeste Road from just north of Forrest Ave to just north of Willow Walk Dr. This project is being done on a Universal Service Fund project.

    • ATT20111020L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that in Route-1 of the Hickory Grove wire center (HCGVSCMA), an SCDOT Hwy widening project is scheduled for implementation in the 3rd quarter of 2012. SCDOT project# 03-005, file number 46.189b has scheduled a road resurface, guard rail placement and multiple intersection improvements for approx 24 kft along Hwy 97 from Broad St in Hickory Grove to Main St. in Smyrna, SC. All AT&T facilities within the project limits are in jeopardy and must be relocated. The feeder requirements are approximately 17kf of fiber feeder cable in forecast sections 1120-1230 and placing a new DLC cabinet to cutover one copper fed crossbox and three existing copper T-1 fed DLC cabinets.

    • ATT20111012L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the Georgia DOT has awarded a contract to widen GA. Hwy 24 in Washington County, Sandersville wire center (SNVLGAES). Project HPPNF-0540-00(029), PI#222285 will widen approximately 8.5 miles of Ga. Hwy 24. The project is widening the highway from 2 lanes to a 4-lane divided highway with median. All AT&T facilities within the project limits are in jeopardy and must be relocated. The feeder requirements are approximately 48kf of fiber feeder cable in section 1404. The DS1 feed for an existing 51-A cabinet e/w two DLE systems will be cutover from copper extensions to a new multiplexer placed on the existing easement adjacent to the 51-A cabinet.

    • ATT20111003L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution area served from the following cross box will be displaced due to 2012 Universal Service Fund project. DA 130101- P 400 Highway 41 N. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 established the Universal Service Fund (USF) to maintain affordable telephone service and to bring new telecommunications technology to rural residents in sparsely populated, high-cost-to-serve areas. The plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. Under this plan, all central office fed copper will be replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier along Highway 41 in the vicinity of Tippens Eddy Rd.

    • ATT20110919L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing copper Facilities that feed an area in Stanton, Kentucky (SNTNKYMA) along and adjacent to State Highway 15 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20110826S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that restoration of facilities in three distribution areas in Pleasant Grove, Alabama (BSMRALHT) that were partially or totally destroyed by a tornado resulted in the need to provide this notice of network change. Copper feeder facilities to distribution areas 1130, 1150 and 1166 in route 1 of the Hueytown wire center were cut to existing fiber based facilities to restore service to customers in the aftermath of the tornado that hit the Pleasant Grove Area on April 27, 2011. The work that resulted in this change in facilities was done on an emergency basis immediately following the force majeure event. FCC Waiver # DA06-914 order adopted 4/20/2006 waived the prior notice and waiting period. As required by the FCC all Carriers impacted have been notified via Accessible Letters in August of 2011.

    • ATT20110825S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the ACWOGAU0006 CLLI Code in the Acworth, GA wire center.

    • ATT20110824Sb.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. will be adding an Ethernet Interface Port option to the current High Definition Video Transport Service product offering. An IEEE Std 802.3-2008 electrical or optical Ethernet interface will be added. This enhancement will be available in all BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. 9 state regions.

    • ATT20110824S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. will be adding an Ethernet Interface Port option to the current High Definition Video Transport Service product offering. An IEEE Std 802.3-2008 electrical or optical Ethernet interface will be added. This enhancement will be available in all BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. 9 state regions.

    • ATT20110829L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that Lyons route 1 has a Georgia DOT widening project scheduled for bid in the fourth quarter 2011. Project EDS-545(14), PI#522130 will widen U.S. Hwy 1 from the north Lyons city limit to the exchange boundary at the Toombs/Emanuel County line. This change is taking place in the (LYNSGAMA) GA wire center. The project is widening the highway from 2 lanes to a 4-lane divided highway with median. All AT&T facilities within the project limits are in jeopardy and must be relocated. The feeder requirements are approximately 12.6kf of fiber feeder cable in section 1142 and approximately 15.5kf of fiber feeder cable in section 1154. Two new DLC cabinets will be placed to cutover two existing copper T-1 fed DLC cabinets. Two new SAI's are also proposed.

    • ATT20110822Sb.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. will be adding one optical interface to the current High Definition Video Transport Service product offering. AT&T will offer one additional optical interface, SMPTE 297-2006, to the existing OC3 and OC12 optical interfaces for the High Definition Video Transport product offering. This optical interface will offer the customer the option of an additional type of optical interface at their Point-Of-Presence.

    • ATT20110822L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Miami Metro (MIAMFLME32E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (MIAMFLMERP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA) tandem location.

    • ATT20110819L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that in the Cleveland, TN wire center (CLEVTNMA), copper cables that currently feed interfaces in the Dalton Pike area, TN SR 60, will be removed and cut to fiber fed DLC. This is brought about because of TN road project# 06008-2222-14 that is in direct conflict with existing facilities. This project is coordinated by the Tennessee Department of Transportation, TDOT.

    • ATT20110804S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Miami-Palmetto, SFL wire centers (MIAMFLU0580), (MIAMFLU0668).

    • ATT20110801S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the existing FITL MX architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL and MX platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Naranja, SFL wire centers (MIAMFLU0849), (NRNJFLU0011), (NRNJFLU0010).

    • ATT20110725S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the existing DFITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from DFITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Code in the Miami-West Dade, South FL wire centers (MIAMFLU0793), (MIAMFLU0468).

    • ATT20110719L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at Birmingham, AL Ensley (BRHMALEN78E) is being replaced by a Nortel MG9000 ABI Remote (BRHMALENRPA) hosted from the Birmingham Main & Toll (BRHMALMT0GT/DS0). The cutover is scheduled for 2nd Quarter, 2012 in April.

    • ATT20110624S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in Jacaranda, FL wire center,(DAVEFLU0051)

    • ATT20110607L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that under The Mississippi Department of Transportation plan in the Pearl City wire center (JCSNMSPC), all AT&T Facilities which feed an area along Hwy 49 from where Old Hwy 49 meets Hwy 49 south to the end of the Pearl City wire center exchange boundary in Richland, MS will be need to be moved. This project will be removing all copper facilities along and adjacent to Hwy 49 from Scarborough St to Old Pearson Rd and replace them with fiber fed digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20110526S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in Garner, NC wire centers, (GRNRNCU0019).

    • ATT20110526S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in (Morgan St) Raleigh, NC wire centers, (RLGHNCU0322), (RLGHNCU0416).

    • ATT20110525S.4
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in Garner, NC wire centers, (GRNRNCU0019).

    • ATT20110525S.3
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing The existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in Cary, NC wire centers, (MRVLNCU0012), (MRVLNCU0013).

    • ATT20110525S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL MX architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL and MX platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Naranja, SFL wire center, (HMSTFLU0057), (NRNJFLU0012).

    • ATT20110525S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL MX architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL and MX platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Homestead, SFL wire center, (HMSTFLU0080), (MIAMFLU0816), (HMSTFLU0070), (MIAMFLU0824).

    • ATT20110523S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing that the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in Apex, NC wire centers (APEXNCU0048), (APEXNCU0054), (APEXNCU0044), (APEXNCU0052).

    • ATT20110519S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL MX architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL and MX platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Miami, (MRMRFLU0078), (MIAMFLU0764) (MIAMFLU0758), (HLGRFLU0019), (HLGRFLU0027).

    • ATT20110519S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing The existing DFITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from DFITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Code in the Miami, (MIAMFLU0643).

    • ATT20110518S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL MX architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL and MX platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Doral, Miami-Palmetto, SFL wire center, (DRALFLU0003), (MIAMFLU0778).

    • ATT20110517S.3
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Dunwoody, GA wire center (DNWDGAU0094).

    • ATT20110517S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Lilburn, GA wire center (LLBNGAU0089).

    • ATT20110517S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Duluth, GA wire center (DLTHGAU9001), (DLTHGAU0101).

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    • ATT20110513S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the CLLI Codes below in the Woodstock, GA wire center (WDSTGAU0120), (WDSTGAU0123), (WDSTGAU0068), (WDSTGAU0069), (WDSTGAU0096).

    • ATT20110513S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Acworth, GA wire center (ACWOGAU0000), (ACWOGAU0052), (ACWOGAU0056), (ACWOGAU0041), (ACWOGAU0049), (ACWOGAU0054), (ACWOGAU0057).

    • ATT20110510S.4
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The following locations are where copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Panola GA wire center (PANLGAU0007).

    • ATT20110510S.3
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Panola, GA wire center (PANLGAU0048).

    • ATT20110510S.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Snellville, GA wire center (SNLVGAU0078).

    • ATT20110510S.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The following locations are where copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Snellville GA wire center (LGVLGAU0023).

    • ATT20110517L.2
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing The existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Lilburn GA wire center (LLBNGAU0085).

    • ATT20110517L.1
      BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. is announcing The existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Duluth GA wire center (DLTHGAU0120), (DLTHGAU0058), (DLTHGAU0109).

    • ATT20110509S.5
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in the Lawrenceville GA wire center (LRVLGAU0122).

    • ATT20110509S.4
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The following locations are where copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Lawrenceville GA wire center are (LRVLGAU0009) and (LRVLGAU0041).

    • ATT20110509S.3
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL-A platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Codes in the Lawrenceville GA wire center (LRVLGAU0097), (LRVLGAU0114) and (LRVLGAU0081).

    • ATT20110509S.2
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The following locations are where copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Lawrenceville GA wire center (LRVLGAU0099) and (LRVLGAU0098).

    • ATT20110509S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The following locations are where copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Lawrenceville GA wire center (LRVLGAU0104).

    • ATT20110506S.11
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU9023).

    • ATT20110506S.10
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU9007).

    • ATT20110506S.9
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU9011).

    • ATT20110506S.8
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU9016).

    • ATT20110506S.7
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU9010).

    • ATT20110506S.6
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing The existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU0067).

    • ATT20110506S.5
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Douglasville, GA wire center (DGVLGAU9019).

    • ATT20110506S.4
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Dallas, GA wire center (HIRMGAU0005).

    • ATT20110506S.3
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Dallas, GA wire center (HIRMGAU0003).

    • ATT20110506S.2
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Dallas, GA wire center (DLLSGAU1024).

    • ATT20110506S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the CLLI Code in the Dallas, GA wire center (DLLSGAU1025).

    • ATT20110505S.8
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Powder Springs, GA wire center (HIRMGAU0006).

    • ATT20110505S.7
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Powder Springs, GA wire center (PWSPGAU0044).

    • ATT20110505S.6
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Powder Springs, GA wire center (PWSPGAU0040).

    • ATT20110505S.5
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Austell, GA wire center (LTSPGAU0009).

    • ATT20110505S.4
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Austell, GA wire center (LTSPGAU0006).

    • ATT20110505S.3
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Austell, GA wire center (LTSPGAU0007).

    • ATT20110505S.2
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Codes in the Marietta and Kennesaw, GA wire center (MRTTGAU00251) and (KNSWGAU9003).

    • ATT20110505S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Acworth, GA wire center (ACWOGAU0057).

    • ATT20110504S.5
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Alpharetta, GA wire center (ALPRGAU0079).

    • ATT20110504S.4
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Alpharetta, GA wire center (ALPRGAU0128).

    • ATT20110504S.3
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Alpharetta, GA wire center (ALPRGAU0129).

    • ATT20110504S.2
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Roswell Northwest, GA wire center (RSWLGAU0102).

    • ATT20110504S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. The Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform is in the following CLLI Code in the Marietta Northwest, GA wire center (MRTTGAU0221).

    • ATT20110503S.3
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Copper facilities will be retired that parallel the existing fiber optic cable in the IFITL architecture. Copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Snellville GA wire center (SNLVGAU0057).

    • ATT20110503S.2
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. This will require migration from the FITL-A / MX platform(s) to GPON platform in the following CLLI Code in the Snellville wire center (SNLVGAU0061).

    • ATT20110503S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that the existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. This will require Migration from FITL-A / MX platform(s) to GPON platform in the following CLLI Code in the Lawrenceville wire center: (LRVLGAU0113)

    • ATT20110503L.2
      The existing FITL-A architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. This is a migration from FITL-A / MX platform(s) to GPON platform in the following CLLI Code in the Lawrenceville wire center: (LRVLGAU0083).

    • ATT20110503L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the retirement of Copper facilities that currently parallel the fiber optic IFITL architecture. This retirement is due to the conversion of the IFITL architectural Platform to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will also create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Copper will be retired and the IFITL Platform will be replaced with the GPON Platform in the Tucker GA wire center.

    • ATT20110502L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing Under MDOT’s plan, all AT&T Facilities which feed an area along Hwy 49 from where Old Hwy 49 meets Hwy 49 south to the end of the Pearl City wire center exchange boundary (JCSNMSPC) in Richland, MS will be need to be moved. This project will be removing all copper facilities along and adjacent to Hwy 49 from Old Hwy 49 & Hwy 49 south to Scarborough St and replace them with fiber fed digital loop carrier. The previously mentioned area contains 900 and 600 pair feeder cables, load coils and apparatus cases all of which would need to be relocated. This project proposes the placement of a Mesa2 E/W DMXtend, 3192 HDRS & five DISC*S carrier shelves. The NPG counts are derived from the DISC*S carrier shelves. Existing customer DS1’s to the field of this location will be cut over to the DMXtend mux. Currently total loop length is 41.5 Kft and this project will reduce the loop length to 10.2Kft. After all loops are cut over to NGDLC none will require loading and all will be within 12kft CSA design limits.

    • ATT20110427S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that they will be removing all copper, originating from the Central Office, in 1 Serving Area Interface (SAI) in the Pinehills wire center (ORLDFLPH). The cable and cable counts affected are: 5, 1-100; 5, 251-300; 5, 451-475; 5, 601-700; 5,751-790; and 5, 1301-1350. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Digital Loop Carrier systems that are fiber cable fed. This is required per Rehab Work Package # 591846. The area impacted is DA 314070.

    • ATT20110425L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the end of support for all instances of the AT&T Wireless Hybrid Solutions for delivery of Wireless E9-1-1 calls to an AT&T owned E9-1-1 Tandem (aka: Selective Router (SR)) in AT&T’s SE Region. These solutions are commonly known as Wireless E9-1-1 Hybrid, Hybrid CAS, or Hybrid NCAS solutions, all of which are synonymous terms in this context. This end of support decision is a result of the upcoming technological transition from the legacy SR’s (TDM based) to IP based NG9-1-1 network architecture commonly known as an Emergency Services IP Network (ESInet).

    • ATT20100819L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Forest, MS. (FORSMSMA) wire center along and adjacent Hillsboro St and Townsend Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. This project is USF funded.

    • ATT20110420L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the Orlando ALEC switch (ORLDFLCLDS1) is being collapsed in its entirety into the collocated 5ESS switch - ORLDFLCLDS0. It will be handled as a 'flash cut' or Dial with Dial. AT&T Southeast is eliminating the existing Alcatel Lucent 5ESS end office switch (DS1) and collapsing all circuits into the collocated Alcatel Lucent 5ESS switch - ORLDFLCLDS0. This will occur on 11/5/2011, 00:01am.

    • ATT20101216S.1 rev 1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the introduction of an AT&T Emergency Services IP network (ESInet) in the Palm Beach County, Florida area. An ESInet is an IP-based architecture(based on NENA 08-003 Standard - pending publication), using diverse and fully redundant core infrastructure that will manage E9-1-1 call traffic for the areas it serves. This revision is being resubmitted due to the customer changing the due date that they expect to be ready to accept the new ESInet services.

    • ATT20110309S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that they will be removing all copper, originating from the Central Office in 2 Serving Area Interfaces (SAI’s) in the Covington Wire center (CVTNLAMA). The cable and cable counts affected are 11, 1-900. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is required to provide a spare maintenance duct. The areas impacted are DA 511702 and DA 511502.

    • ATT20110303L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that In the Lawrenceville Wire Center (LRVLGAOS / F5618), new DLC will be placed and existing services will be cut from the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to the new/existing fiber fed DLC facilities. This will be done to clear the construction limits for the Bridge placement on Buford Dr (GA Hwy-20) over GA Hwy-316 and loss of existing conduit under GA Hwy-316. Georgia Department of Transportation project PI # 0004086 MSL00-0004-00(086).

    • ATT20110126S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform will occur in the following CLLI Code in Gainesville Northwest, FL wire center (GSVLFLU0219).

    • ATT20110120S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that the purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Birmingham, Alabama, Tarrant (BRHMALTA84E) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch with a new Nortel Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch.

    • ATT20110111S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing the Removal of all copper, originating from the Central Office, in three Serving Area Interfaces (SAI’s) in FORT PIERCE WIRE CENTER (FTPRFLMA). The cable and cable counts affected will be: 24 cable, cable count 1-500; 24 cable, cable count 526-750; 24 cable, cable count 776-900; 38 cable, cable count 501- 600; 23 cable, cable count 776-800. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Next Generation Digital Loop Carrier system. This is required due to a road move. The facilities are in conflict with St Lucie County bridge Rebuilding project, which is triggered by Federal Stimulus Fund. The area impacted is the bridge crossing Taylor Creek on Juanita Ave. and portion of Juanita Ave where the Central Officer copper feed cable is located.

    • ATT20101230L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Carthage, MS. wire center (CRTHMSMA) along and adjacent to Hwy 16 E will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20101229L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the introduction of an AT&T Emergency Services IP network (ESInet) in the Brevard County, Florida area. An ESInet is an IP-based architecture (based on NENA 08-003 Standard - pending publication), using diverse and fully redundant core infrastructure that will manage E9-1-1 call traffic for the areas it serves. The network elements that make up an ESInet do not actually introduce any new ingress interfaces. Interconnection and interoperability is achieved using well established industry standardized interfaces to relay a 9-1-1 call into the AT&T ESInet, where it will be routed to the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP), also commonly known as a 9-1-1 center. The AT&T ESInet will support SIP, SS7/ISUP or MF based interconnection interfaces for originating service providers. But the ESInet will not support a specific "service function" that some CMRS carriers may still use to meet their FCC mandated wireless E9-1-1 obligations through AT&T's existing legacy E9-1-1 architecture. That "service function" is commonly referred to as a Wireless E9-1-1 Hybrid solution, Hybrid CAS, Hybrid NCAS or, specific to the AT&T SE Region the term WLS911 is also sometimes used, all of which are synonymous terms. The purpose of this disclosure is to notify all CMRS carriers that coincident with the implementation of an AT&T ESInet, will be the END OF SUPPORT for any/all of the Wireless Hybrid solutions for delivery of Wireless E9-1-1 calls to an AT&T E9-1-1 Tandem (aka: Selective Router (SR)). For this disclosure the affected SR(s) is (ORLDFLMADS1). This end of support is a direct result of the migration of PSAPs from the AT&T legacy SR platform to the ESInet. CMRS carriers who use a hybrid solution will need to use one of the alternative solutions described in J-STD-036 as PSAPs choose to migrate onto the AT&T ESInet. For the Brevard County, Florida area that migration will begin in July 2011.

    • ATT20101229L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing on behalf of the TECB (Tennessee Emergency Communication Board), is planning to migrate Wireless 911 call traffic and Nomadic VoIP 911 call traffic from the Legacy 911 Selective Router Tandem TDM network platform onto a new IP enabled next generation network architecture in the State of Tennessee. The purpose of this disclosure is to notify all Wireless 911 call carriers and Nomadic VoIP 911 call carriers that they will need to issue ASR orders to AT&T to provision new connections from their originating networks to two or more of the new 911 Aggregation Point locations.

    • ATT20101216S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the introduction of an AT&T Emergency Services IP network (ESInet) in the Palm Beach County, Florida area. An ESInet is an IP-based architecture (based on NENA 08-003 Standard - pending publication), using diverse and fully redundant core infrastructure that will manage E9-1-1 call traffic for the areas it serves.

      The network elements that make up an ESInet do not actually introduce any new ingress interfaces. Interconnection and interoperability is achieved using well established industry standardized interfaces to relay a 9-1-1 call into the AT&T ESInet, where it will be routed to the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP), also commonly known as a 9-1-1 center. The AT&T ESInet will support SIP, SS7/ISUP or MF based interconnection interfaces for originating service providers.

      But the ESInet will not support a specific "service function" that some CMRS carriers may still use to meet their FCC mandated wireless E9-1-1 obligations through AT&T's existing legacy E9-1-1 architecture. That "service function" is commonly referred to as a Wireless E9-1-1 Hybrid solution, Hybrid CAS, Hybrid NCAS or, specific to the AT&T SE Region the term WLS911 is also sometimes used, all of which are synonymous terms.

      The purpose of this disclosure is to notify all CMRS carriers that coincident with the implementation of an AT&T ESInet, will be the END OF SUPPORT for any/all of the Wireless Hybrid solutions for delivery of Wireless E9-1-1 calls to an AT&T E9-1-1 Tandem (aka: Selective Router (SR)). For this disclosure the affected SR(s) is/are shown in the list below.

      This end of support is a direct result of the migration of PSAPs from the AT&T legacy SR platform to the ESInet. CMRS carriers who use a hybrid solution will need to use one of the alternative solutions described in J-STD-036 as PSAPs choose to migrate onto the AT&T ESInet. For the Palm Beach County, Florida area that migration will begin in late March 2011.

    • ATT20101214L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution areas in route 4 of the (WNSLNCLE) serving wire center that are served from the following serving area interfaces and straight underground distribution that are being displaced due to 2011 NC DOT Project U-2923 W. Clemmonsville Rd reconstruction will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier. The following are the area's that will be impacted: DA 430570 - R 1592 Kesteven Rd, DA 440402 - 1936 Pope Rd, DA 440403 - F 1800 Pope Rd, DA 440676 - 3840 Ebert Rd, DA 441202 - 1870 W Clemmonsville Rd, DA 441402 - F 4255 Ebert Rd, DA 441404 - F 4390 Ebert Rd and a portion of DA 430204 - R 1137 Orchard View Dr along W. Clemmonsville Rd from Peters Creek Pkwy West to Old Salisbury Rd.

    • ATT20101202L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that The Nortel/Genband end office host switch at Raleigh - Durham Airport (RLGHNCDU84F) is being  replaced with a Genband (Nortel) RSC-S Remote (RLGHNCDURS0) hosted from the Glenwood, NC host switch,  (RLGHNCGL78F).

    • ATT20101021S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the expanding Wavelength Channel Service 2.5 Gbps to 10 Gbps Transparent Transport to add a protocol independent bit rate specific regeneration option. AT&T will not provide any distance extension of 2.5 Gbps to 10 Gbps Transparent Transport beyond the dB loss budget of the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE) unless the customer specifies a regeneration option. Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) lasers are not required in the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE) if the customer specifies a regeneration option. The regeneration option will be distance limited depending upon the protocol used by the customer. Since DWDM equipment may be used to regenerate and convert customer to network signals to ITU wavelengths, the customer's receiver must be capable of receiving standard 1310 nm, 1550 nm and ITU Grid wavelengths as defined in G.692. The physical network interface shall be either a duplexable SC type (TIA/EIA-604-3) or a duplexable LC type (TIA/EIA-604-10) connector as specified by the customer.    A single-mode interface will support transmission over single-mode fiber with the characteristics contained in Telcordia GR-20-CORE, Generic Requirements for Optical Fiber and Optical Fiber Cables, and ITU Recommendation G.652, Characteristics of a Single-Mode Optical Fiber Cable.

    • ATT20100928S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that In the Birmingport wire center (BSMRALBP), existing copper feeder and distribution facilities that are fed by the copper cable that crosses Short Creek at Alabama Highway 269 will be cut to new feeder facilities that will consist of fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier. This work is triggered by State of Alabama road move project BRF-0269 (503).

    • ATT20100929L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that  all copper feeder facilities feeding DA 210201 and DA 210301 in the Spanish Fort WC (MOBLALSF) will be removed as part of the Alabama Department of Transportation's widening of U S Highway 31 from Highway 225 to Highway 181. The areas affected are DA 210201-7367 Spanish Fort Blvd and DA 210301-8023 Spanish Fort Blvd along U S Highway 31 in Route 2 of the Spanish Fort Wire Center.  The geographic area is on U S Highway 31 from Blakeley Way to Wakefield Drive and the surrounding area.   

    • ATT20100910S.4
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that it is modifying its 2.5 Gbps Wavelength Channel Service Transparent Transport to allow  customers to specify LC connectors at the customer network interface and allow CWDM Wavelengths. The physical network interface shall be either a duplexable SC type (TIA/EIA-604-3) or a duplexable LC type (TIA/EIA-604-10) connector as specified by the customer. A single-mode interface will support transmission over single-mode fiber with the characteristics contained in Telcordia GR-20-CORE, Generic Requirements for Optical Fiber and Optical Fiber Cables, and ITU Recommendation G.652, Characteristics of a Single-Mode Optical Fiber Cable.   

    • ATT20100910S.3
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that it will be offering 10 Gbps Transparent Transport that will provide for the transport of digital optical signals from 2.5 Gbps up to 10 Gbps.   The characteristics of the digital optical signal at the customer network interface will be protocol independent and bit rate variable. AT&T will not provide any distance extension of the signal past the dB loss budget of the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE).  10 Gbps Transparent Transport Wavelength Service will require Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) lasers in the Customer Provided Equipment (CPE). Since CWDM equipment may be used to convert customer to network signals to ITU wavelengths, the customer's receiver must be capable of receiving CWDM ITU Grid wavelengths as defined in G.694.2. 

    • ATT20100618L.1 rev1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that this revision is due to the CLLI code for the host/end office which has changed to 'WPBHFLGR02T/DSA'. The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at West Palm, Riviera Beach (WPBHFLRB84E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (WPBHFLRBRP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DSA).  The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Riviera Beach, Florida, Riviera Beach (WPBHFLRB84E) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, WPBHFLRB84E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, WPBHFLRBRP0, on March 18, 2011.

    • ATT20100914L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that In Route 2 of the Albany Wire Center (ALBYGAMA), replacement of copper based facilities located in bridge and submarine cable on public right of way of E Broad Av over/under Flint River requiring replacement due to removal of bridge on Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Broad Avenue Bridge in Albany Transportation Improvement Project. HPP-0007-00(550), Dougherty County, PI#0007550 due to begin removal of bridge in 3rd Quarter 2011. The area involved is along E Broad St east of College Dr to intersection of N Mock Rd, Old Cordele Rd, Sylvester Rd, Johnson Rd and S Mock Rd. Sylvester Rd at Bennett Dr to Patriot St. Cordele Rd from above intersection to Harris Rd. Along Turner Rd north to Krug St. Along Brierwood Dr between S Mock Rd and Johnson Rd. Along Radium Springs Rd from E broad Av to Moultrie Rd and along Moultrie Rd to Liberty Expwy.

    • ATT20100714L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Magee, MS. wire center (MAGEMSMA) along and adjacent to Hwy 28 E will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. This plan will be implemented in March 2011.

    • ATT20100622L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that the purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Birmingham, Alabama, Eastwood (BRHMALEW95E) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch with a new Nortel Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, BRHMALEW95E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, BRHMALEWRPA, on February 11, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. central time.

    • ATT20100618L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at West Palm, Riviera Beach (WPBHFLRB84E) is being replaced by a Genband (Nortel) MG9000 ABI Remote (WPBHFLRBRP0) hosted from the West Palm Beach Gardens (WPBHFLGR02T/DS2). The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Riviera Beach, Florida, Riviera Beach (WPBHFLRB84E) Wire Center Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband (Nortel) Access Bridging Interface (ABI) remote switch. The existing switch, WPBHFLRB84E, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, WPBHFLRBRP0, on March 18, 2011.

    • ATT20100603S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding DAs 213320 and 215710 are being displaced due to 2010 NC DOT Project B-5229, tearing out the old bridge, building a massive new culvert to relocate Rocky Face Branch and relocation of Sulphur Springs Rd, will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier within the (TYVLNCMA) serving wire center.

    • ATT20100526S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all Copper Facilities will be replaced with Pair Gain Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is required due to a road move. The facilities are in conflict with a City of West Melbourne roadway improvement project. The area impacted is Hollywood Blvd between Walker Ave and Gail Blvd, which includes the section of Henry Ave where the Central Office copper feed cable is located.  Removing all copper, originating from the Central Office, in one Serving Area Interface (SAI) in Melbourne Main Wire center (MLBRFLMA).  The cable and cable counts affected will be: 40 cable, cable count 201-250; 44 cable, cable count 151-450; 44 cable, cable count 576-600; 46 cable, cable count 2476-2500.

    • ATT20100602L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that copper feeding the distribution areas in route 4 of the (WNSLNCLE) serving wire center that are served from the following serving area interfaces and straight underground distribution that are being displaced due to 2011 NC DOT Project U-2923 W. Clemmonsville Rd reconstruction will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier. The following are the area's that will be impacted: DA 440202 - 1604.1 Guilford Dr and DA 440203 - 1602.1 Village Pl.

    • ATT20100524L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution areas in route 3 of the (RLGHNCGA) serving wire center that are served from the following serving area interfaces and straight underground distribution, will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier.  The following are the area's that will be impacted: DA 320606 - xbox 801 Timber Dr. 

    • ATT20100507S.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the Cutover 16 working lines to DLC pair gain and abandoned estimated 14Kft of 900 pair copper cable, 800ft of 600 pair copper cable, and 1.8 Kft of 400 pair cooper cable in the (MCDNGAGS) wire center.  Cable will be abandoned from manhole KF4 down to intersection of Old Jackson Rd and King Mill Rd.  This work is being triggered by Georgia Department of Transportation road move project # 332975 along Keys Drive (SR81) in McDonough, Georgia which requires AT&T to relocate all of the buried facilities along Keys Drive in the right of way.

    • ATT20100507S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the removal of Copper cable due to DOT project # 417506-1-52-01 and the North bound US1 Bridge replacement project # 417506-2-52-01" in Palm Beach County (City of Jupiter). The Bridges where built in the 1950's and are being reconstructed to a higher the elevation of the Bridges. The cutover from copper to DLC facilities will affect the following locations in the Jupiter wire center (JPTRFLMA), Florida:

      1) F 1046 U S HIGHWAY 1 DA: 211204

      2) 18274 N HIGHWAY A1A DA: 211205

      3) I 1001 N US Highway 1 DA: 211203

    • ATT20100512L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing a Network Change that is due to the Florida Department of Transportation's Flagler Bridge project #229885-1-52-01, which will require us to abandon three (3) submarine cables crossing the Inter-coastal Waterway. The following Feeder Distribution Interfaces, 120302, 120409, 120509, 120802, 121002, 121003, 121103, 121502, 121504, 121506, 121598, 121599, 121703, 121807, 121808, and 121904 are affected and will be cutover from underground copper facilities to new fiber feed NGDLC facilities in response to the Flagler Bridge construction. This work is going to take place in the (WPBHFLAN) serving Wire Center, in Palm Beach county.

    • ATT20100503L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Hattiesburg, MS wire center (HTBGMSMA).  Along and adjacent to Edwards St and Brady Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20100528S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Due to flooding in the greater Nashville metropolitan area, the Bellevue 5ESS central office [CLLI code NSVLTNBVDS0] was flooded and the switching equipment damaged throughout the building. Although interim restoration efforts were successful in restoring basic service from the damaged switch, an expedited project is being undertaken to replace the Bellevue switch. The existing Bellevue 5ESS switch will be replaced with a 5EXM remote switching unit. At conversion calls routing to the Bellevue NXX codes (646, 662, 673) will be routed via the Nashville Brentwood 5ESS, which will serve as the new host [CLLI code is NSVLTNBWDS0] switch. All local and toll trunking will be re-homed to the Brentwood host switch upon cutover. The new 5EXM remote switch CLLI will be NSVLTNBVRS0. The cutover is scheduled for 12:01 A.M Central time on August 14, 2010.

    • ATT20100423S 1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that the existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform in the LLBNGAU0098 CLLI Code in the Lilburn, GA wire center. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours.

    • ATT20100408L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution areas in route 3 of the (MGTNNCGR) serving wire center that are served from the following serving area interfaces and straight underground distribution that are being displaced due to 2011 NC DOT Project U-2550 on/off ramps reconstruction, will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier.  The following are the area's that will be impacted: DA 311001 - F1 distribution, DA 31203 - F 2810 NC Hwy 18, DA311302 - 3327 NC Hwy 18 South and DA 311802 - F 200 Drexel Rd SR 1712.

    • ATT20100324S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities will be replaced with Pair Gain Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is required due to a road move. The facilities are in conflict with a Department of Transportation (DOT) project. The area impacted is Ellis Road between Technology Drive and John Rodes Boulevard.  Removing all copper, originating from the Central Office, in 2 Serving Area Interfaces (SAI's) in Melbourne Main Wire center (MLBRFLMA).

    • ATT20100312S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that In route 2 of the Ben Hill wire center (ATLNGABH/GA), the existing copper cable feeding three businesses in the 214780 DA is being replaced with a composite cable and FTTC from CSA 2109C due to a cable failure.

    • ATT20100315L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that All copper feeding the new CSA's being established in the (TSCLALNO) AL wire center are being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20100308L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in the Lawrenceville Wire Center (LRVLGAOS / F5618), new DLC will be placed and existing services will be cut from the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to the new fiber fed DLC facilities. This will be done to clear the construction limits for the Bridge placement on GA Hwy-316 over Collins Hill Rd on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI # 0004086 MSL00-0004-00(086).

    • ATT20100308L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Lumberton, MS (LMTNMSSS) wire center, along and adjacent to Hwy 11 N will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.  

    • ATT20100224L.1
      AT&T Southeast announcing that all copper feeding the new CSA's being established in the (TSCLALNO) AL wire center are being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20100209S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing The existing FITL architectural Platform is migrating to the GPON architectural Platform. This conversion will create minor service disruptions to end user customers caused by the technical work involved in making this conversion at the customer serving terminals. The estimated service disruption times should be no more than four (4) hours. Migration from FITL platform to GPON platform in the following CLLI Codes in Homestead, FL wire centers:
      HMSTFLU0054
      HMSTFLU0095
      HMSTFLU0088
      HMSTFLU0089
      HMSTFLU0068

    • ATT20100210L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities that feed an area in the Winchester, Kentucky wire center (WNCHKYMA), along and adjacent to State Highway 1950 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20100210L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Philadelphia, MS wire center (PHLAMSMA), along and adjacent to Hwy 486 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20100129L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Philadelphia, MS wire center (PHLAMSMA), along and adjacent to W Beacon and Rd 375 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20091215L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in DA6802, DA6803, DA6809, and DA6811 West along Hwy 80, Hwy 371, and Hwy 528 in the Minden-Main Wire Center (MINDLAMA). Existing copper facilities are deteriorated buried air core cables 21.2KF from the central office and will be cut over to existing fiber feed digital loop electronics.

    • ATT20091204L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities that feed an area in the Winchester, Kentucky wire center(WNCHKYMA) along and adjacent to State Highway 89 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier.  This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20091204L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities that feed an area in the Winchester, Kentucky wire center (WNCHKYMA) along and adjacent to State Highway 974 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20091029S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Rogersville, AL (RRVLALMA) wire center along and adjacent to US Highway 72 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers

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    • ATT20091026S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing a revision to the revision of (ATT20091014S.1) which was a revision of the original Network Disclosure [ATT20090504L.1] for the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch replacement at New Orleans Aurora (NWORLAARCG0). Due to component manufacturing failures, equipment delivery delays for the new Nortel MG9000 ABI Remote (NWORLAARRP0) installation has made it necessary to delay the cutover originally scheduled for December 4, 2009. The new cutover date will be January 29, 2010 (11:59P.M. Central Time).

    • ATT20091014S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing a revision to the original Network Disclosure [ATT20090504L.1] for the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch replacement at New Orleans Aurora (NWORLAARCG0).
      Due to component manufacturing failures, equipment delivery delays for the new Nortel MG9000 ABI Remote (NWORLAARRP0) installation has made it necessary to delay the cutover originally scheduled for December 4, 2009. The new cutover date will be January 29, 2010 (11:59P.M. Central Time).

    • ATT20091012S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that In RT. 4 of the LaGrange Wire Center (LGRNGAMA), all copper facilities along Old West Point Rd from West Point Rd to the south for 4.4kft and copper facilities along West Point Rd; copper along SR109/Roanoke Rd where new South Lagrange Loop will be tied in will be displaced due to Georgia Department of Transportation project, STP00-2921-00(004), PI#350990.

    • ATT20091014L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper facilities will be replaced with fiber and Digital Loop Electronics in Distribution areas 520502, 520702, and 523802 along Squirrel Creek Rd and Little Plumtree Creek Rd in the Newland-Central Wire Center (NWLDNCCE). Existing copper facilities are deteriorated and will be replaced with fiber and digital loop electronics.

    • ATT20091012S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that In RT. 4 of the LaGrange Wire Center (LGRNGAMA), all copper facilities along Old West Point Rd from West Point Rd to the south for 4.4kft and copper facilities along West Point Rd; copper along SR109/Roanoke Rd where new South Lagrange Loop will be tied in will be displaced due to Georgia Department of Transportation project, STP00-2921-00(004), PI#350990.

    • ATT20090930S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in the (ALXNLAMA) serving wire center due to the fact that existing underground copper facilities are deteriorated and will need to be replaced. This replacement will be along North Bolton Avenue (Hwy 1 North) from Tipperary Street to the wire center boundary which includes DA8303, DA8209, and a small portion of DA8208.

    • ATT20090921S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper POTS and DS1 facilities which feed the immediate area west of the Autauga Creek Bridge in Prattville AL wire center (PRVLALES) are being replaced by fiber fed digital loop carrier. This project removes 2-900 pr copper cables for 3.3kf to make way for the replacement of the Autauga Creek Bridge. The existing fiber cable does not have to be moved. In place of the copper feeder, new Digital Loop Carrier equipment is being placed to serve the POTS and DS1 services on the west side of the Autauga Creek bridge.

    • ATT20090827S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities that feed an area in the Cynthiana, Kentucky wire center (CYNTKYMA) along and adjacent to State Highway 346 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090903L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing the removal of copper cable counts from the cross box at 16433 Sycamore Dr. in the Royal Palm wire center (WPBHFLRP). This is currently being done due to the road widening project of Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd. The widening of Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd will cause us to abandon the buried copper cables within the road right of way. The cross box at 16433 Sycamore Dr. is currently fed from an RT site providing Integrated DLC pairs and 25 pairs of copper from the CO. there are NO working lines in the copper cable count which will be removed.

    • ATT20090827L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Purvis, MS. wire center (PRVSMSMA) along and adjacent to Hwy 11 S will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090826L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution areas in route 3 of the Morganton serving wire center (MGTNNCGR) that are served from the following serving area interfaces that are being displaced due to 2011 NC DOT Project U-2551, on/off ramps and bridge construction, will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier. The following are the area's that will be impacted, DA 315002 - 601 Enola Rd and DA 315502 - 1680 Enola Rd.

    • ATT20090820L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in AA1215 of Route 1 in the Villa Rica GA wire center (VLRCGAES), A cutover of underground copper facilities originating from the Central Office to existing fiber-fed DLC facilities is proposed. Conversion of the network serving DA 121525 and DA 121540 is required to vacate copper facilities that are in conflict with Georgia Department of Transportation Project# 631490.

    • ATT20090805S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in RT. 3 of the Appling GA Wire Center (APNGGAES), all copper facilities along S.R 47 from bridge located 1.7 kf north of Columbia rd to intersection of new connector road at Lonergan-Hulme Rd. are being displaced due to Georgia Department of Transportation project, STP-176-1(5).

    • ATT20090803S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Central Office fed copper is to be removed between 0.2 miles of SR5/SR22 to 0.78 miles west of SR21 located in the Union City wire center (UNCYTNMA) in Jackson, TN. Physical copper pairs in the area will be replaced with derived pairs from fiber-fed Digital Loop Electronics (DLE) equipment. Copper along W Main up to proposed I-69 will remain the same.

    • ATT20090731L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Electronics in Distribution areas DA5170, DA5172, and DA5174 along Lakeshore Drive from I-20 to Arkansas Avenue in the Shreveport-Main Wire Center (SHPTLAMA). Existing underground copper facilities are deteriorated and will be replaced with fiber feed digital loop electronics.

    • ATT20090717S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that the 8xx databases used by AT&T Southeast (formerly BellSouth) to provide Toll-Free (8xx) services are being retired. AT&T Southeast will eliminate the existing 8xx databases located in their region and gain replacement functionality from AT&T Southwest. AT&T Southeast will migrate all relevant data to AT&T Southwest and re-route all 8xx query traffic there as well. At the conclusion of this effort, AT&T Southeast will remove its 8xx databases from the network. AT&T Southwest has added 8xx databases to handle the additional load.

    • ATT20090512S.1 Revision
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing a revision to Network Disclosure ATT20090512S.1 and Accessible Letter CLECSE09-074 that it will be adding MPLS-supporting network equipment, network terminating equipment, both direct fiber based and Ethernet over Copper systems, Optical and Electrical interfaces for hand-off to the customer. Layer-2 services will be offered, including support for bandwidth transport at multiple speeds, transport of jumbo frames, multiple class of service based on QoS parameters, support for VLAN based service multiplexing.

    • ATT20090618L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Richton, MS wire center (RCTNMSMA), along and adjacent to Hwy 15 S will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090618L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Azalea Park Wire center (ORLDFLAP) will be retired. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA) project. The area impacted is off Chickasaw Tr in Orlando from S.R. 408 to Colonial Dr (S.R. 50).

    • ATT20090602L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in Distribution Area 321520 of Route 3 in the Roopville, GA wire center (RPVLGAMA), fiber-fed DLC facilities are proposed to cut existing copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to DLC feeder facilities.Conversion of the network serving DA 321520 is required to make ADSL services available to the entire area.ADSL service over the existing all-copper network is impossible because of the distance from the CO and the existing equipment required to currently maintaining the existing POTS service on the all-copper network.

    • ATT20090602L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Yazoo City, MS (YZCYMSMA). Along and adjacent to Hwy 16 E will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090519S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Magnolia, MS wire center (MGNLMSMA), along and adjacent to Hwy 568 W, Hwy 51 S and Terry's Creek Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090512S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that it willbe adding MPLS-supporting network equipment, network terminating equipment, both direct fiber based and Ethernet over Copper systems, Optical and Electrical interfaces for hand-off to the customer. Layer-3 services will be offered, including support for bandwidth transport on a 10Gbps user network interface, transport of jumbo frames, multiple class of service based on QoS parameters, support for VLAN based service multiplexing.

    • ATT20090513L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copperfeeding the distribution areas in the (MOBLALAP) serving wire center that are served from the following serving area interfaces that are being displaced due to 2010 Mobile County road widening project will be retired and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier.The following are the area's that will be impacted, DA 319501 - 2417 Leroy Stevens Rd, DA 319601 - 3550 Leroy Stevens Rd, DA 319801 - 9191 Cottage Hill Rd, DA319901 - 9090 Scott Dairy Loop Rd, DA 319902 - 9095 Johnson Rd, and DA320101 - Ped 25 Jeff Hamilton Rd.

    • ATT20090505S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that it will be adding two optical interfaces to the current Serial Component Video Service and High Definition Video Transport Service product offerings. OC3c and OC12c optical interfaces will be added. This enhancement will be available in all AT&T Southeast state regions.

    • ATT20090429S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that In the Jupiter wire center (JPTRFLMA), Florida. The Village of Tequesta has initiated the "Tequesta DR bridge reconstruction" Project in Palm Beach County (Village of Tequesta Project #WF098000). Pieces of the bridge were collapsing and The Village of Tequesta will be doing the reconstruction work while school is out in the summer of 2009. AT&T has an 1800 pair copper cable and a fiber cable on the bridge. The Village placed new conduits and will only give AT&T 1-3" conduit. We'll utilize the conduit to place a new fiber cable. Due to the limitations on the conduits the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office are in conflict. These copper facilities will have to be removed and the feed to the SAI's will have to be relocated to an existing Digital Loop Carrier. Cutover from copper to Digital Loop Carrier (DLC) will be required.

    • ATT20090505L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copperfeeding the new CSA's being established in the (MIAYFLNM) wire center are being replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier facilities as a result of hurricane damage to the building housing the main cross connect location.This work is triggered by the customer's relocation request of said AT&T facilities as a result of the pending demolition of this building due to multiple code violations and an 'unsafe structure' designation.

    • ATT20090505L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that CopperFacilities which feed an area in Hattiesburg, MS (HTBGMSMA). along and adjacent to Country Club Rd, Wyatt Rd, Wisteria Rd, S. Pines Dr, US Hwy49 S and Chambliss Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090504L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at New Orleans Aurora (NWORLAARCG0) is being replaced by a Nortel MG9000 ABI Remote (NWORLAARRP0) hosted from the New Orleans Main (NWORLAMA0GT/DS1). This conversion is to take place on 12/04/2009.

    • ATT20090423S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that in the Plantation wire center, Davie Florida (FTLDFLPL) copper will be retired and replaced with Digital Loop Carrier. The retirement is being done because the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has initiated the "I-595 Roadway Corridor Improvements" Project in Broward County (FDOT Project #420809-3-52-01). The FDOT will reclaim R/W on the north of I595; therefore, these copper facilities feeding from the Central Office are in conflict. These copper facilities will have to be removed and the feed to the SAI's will have to be relocated to the south of I595. Cutover from copper to Digital Loop Carrier (DLC) will be required.

    • ATT20090429L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the Baxley wire center (BXLYGAES), copper feeder cables along US Hwy 1 South from City Street 605 to the Appling County/Bacon County line will be displaced due to a Georgia Department of Transportation Hwy project.Central Office fed copper services in three DA's will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier systems at 8478 Hatch Parkway South (RT3515A), P 32 US Hwy 1 South (RT3509A) and P 7 US Hwy 1 South (RT3505C).

    • ATT20090429L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that copper facilities which feed an area in the West, MS wire center (WESTMSMA) along and adjacent to Hwy 19 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090421S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing that the North Carolina Utilities Commission has ordered AT&T and Piedmont Telephone Membership Corporation (TMC) to establish two-way, non-optional interLATA Extended Area Service between AT&T's North Carolina Salisbury exchange, area codes 704 and 980, in Rowan County in the Charlotte LATA and Piedmont TMC's Churchland and Reeds exchanges, area code 336, in Davidson County in the Greensboro LATA.

    • ATT20090417L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that copper feeder facilities which feed an area in Crystal Springs, Ms (CRSPMSMA) wire center along and adjacent to E Gallman Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090409L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that copper feeder facilities in the (BSMRALMA) wire center in Bessemer, Alabama which feed along Alabama Highway 150 from Morgan Road to Pyne Drive will be retired and fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier will be placed. This work is triggered by ALDOT road move project number ST-659-13.

    • ATT20090401L.3
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the (MAGEMSMA) MS wire center along and adjacent to Baldwin Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090401L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the (MAGEMSMA) MS wire center along and adjacent to Hwy 541 N will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090401L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that All copper feeding the new CSA's being established in the (TLDGALRF) AL wire center are being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090317L.3
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the new distribution area being established by placing a xbox at Ped 27 Highway 14 W is being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers in the (EUTWALMA) AL wire center.

    • ATT20090317L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the new CSA's being established are being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers in the (GNBOALMA) AL wire center.

    • ATT20090317L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the new CSA's being established are being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers in the (MARNALNM) AL wire center.

    • ATT20090304S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the Florence AL serving wire center (FLRNALMA). Copper cable segments will be retired and, migrated to new fiber fed NGDLC. Alabama State Highway Project #STPO A-8834(600). Will cause the retirement of two segments of copper cable feeding DA1147A, DA1149A, & DA1149B. Located at the intersection of Helton Dr and Gresham Rd and the intersection of Helton Dr and Mars Hill Rd.

    • ATT20090310L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in Hazlehurst, MS. wire center (HZLHMSMA) along and adjacent to Hwy 28 W will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090304L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the Tuscaloosa Northport wire center (TSCLALNO). All copper feeding the distribution area served from the Serving Area Interface at 66 Highway 69 N is being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090303L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the Tuscaloosa Northport wire center (TSCLALNO). All copper feeding the distribution area served from the Serving Area Interface 108i Highway 69 N is being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090303L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the Tuscaloosa Northport wire center (TSCLALNO). All copper feeding the distribution area served from the Serving Area Interface 4 1/2s1 Highway 82 W is being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090303L.3
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the TuscaloosaNorthport wire center (TSCLALNO).All copper feeding the distribution area served from the Serving Area Interface 60w30 Moores Bridge Rd is being replaced with fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier as part of the Universal Service Fund initiative. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20090220L.2
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the Calhoun Exchange (CLHNGAES / R9450) fiber feeder and DLC will be placed and existing services will be cut from the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to the fiber fed DLC facilities. This will be done to clear the construction limits for three road moves. The widening of State Route 3 (South Wall St, US HWY 41) on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 621365. And the intersection improvement at SR 3 (US HWY 41; S Wall St) and SR 53 (Belmont Dr) on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 0007678 and PI #: 0007138.

    • ATT20090220L.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing In the CalhounExchange (CLHNGAES / R9450) fiber feeder and DLC will be placed and existing services will be cut from the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to the fiber fed DLC facilities.This will be done to clear the construction limits for two independent road moves.Gordon County/City of Calhoun intersection improvement at Dews Pond Rd and Lovers Lane/Harmony Church Rd and Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 610750 (Interchange Improvement I-75 @ SR 156 and widening of SR 156/Red Bud Rd).

    • ATT20090209S.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing a bridge replacement associated with the Highway 79 road widening project has triggered the replacement of feeder and distribution facilities for route 1 along Highway 79 north of the central office in the Vernon Wire Center. Copper pairs feed four cross boxes and 12 distribution terminals beyond the area of road work. All the copper cables that cross Holmes Creek will be lost with no available crossing until phase 1 of the bridge replacement is complete after 6 months. The existing bridge does not have structure to support temporary cable placement, however existing fiber can be utilized to convert the existing cross boxes to fiber fed DLC. After phase 1 of the bridge replacement the existing bridge will be removed to complete the 4 lane bridge widening. After the proposed bridge section in phase 1 is complete there will be a new path available for cable crossings.

    • ATT200902131L.1
      AT&T Southeast Region is announcing Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is required due to a road move. The facilities are in conflict with a Department of Transportation (DOT) project. The area impacted is W. Colonial Dr (SR50) between the intersections of Kirkman Rd. and Powers Dr.

    • ATT20090120S.1
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Central Office fed copper is in conflict with City of Jacksonville Ricker Rd road widening project, PRJ 1454, and is to be replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier (DLC) systems. All circuits served from SAI 7700 Gregory Dr and F 3724 Ricker RD are to be cut to existing DLC site located at 7700 Gregory Dr.

    • ATT20090121L.1 – Jan 21, 2009
      AT&T Southeast is announcing a switch conversion of the Delray Beach Main Switch from an Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS Analog Switch (DLBHFLMA27E) to an Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS Distinctive Remote> Module-High Capacity DRM-HC(DLBHFLMADS0).

    • ATT20090109S.1 – Jan 15, 2009
      AT&T Southeast is announcing in the Central Avenue wire center (CHRLNCCE) in Charlotte NC, copper feeder facilities along Sharon Amity Road south of Pierson Drive to Buena Vista Avenue and copper feeder facilities along Independence Blvd from Sharon Amity Road to Wallace Lane will be retired and replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This work is triggered by the Department of Transportation plan to widen Independence Blvd resulting in the need to retire copper underground facilities.

    • ATT20081217L.1 – Dec 17, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution areas in the (TSCLALDH) Druid Hill wire center served from the following cross boxes is being displaced due to the City of Tuscaloosa, AL construction project AO4-0407: This will effect cross boxes at the R 1700 Hargrove Rd E, F 3100 Albright Rd, F 1337 37th ST E, F 1350 37th ST E, and F 3600 12th Av E. Central office fed copper will be replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier (DLC) systems.

    • ATT20081209L.1 – Dec 9, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that copper Facilities which feed an area in Collins, MS wire center (CLNSMSMA), along and adjacent to Hwy 49 N will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20081202L.2 – Dec 2, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in the Calhoun Exchange (CLHNGAES / R9450) fiber feeder and DLC's will be placed and existing services will be cut from the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to the new fiber fed DLC facilities.This will be done to clear the construction limits for three independent road moves. The widening of North Wall St (State Route 3) on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 620780.The intersection improvement at Red Bud Rd (State Route 156) and College St on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 0000308. And the bridge replacement over the Coosawattee River on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 631570.

    • ATT20081202L.1 – Dec 2, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that copper POTS facilities which feed an area in the Sylacauga, AL wire center (SYLCALMT), along and adjacent to Talladega Co Rd 24, Pine Grove and Odena Coleman Bridge Roads will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20081114S.1 – Nov 14, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing a total of five SAI's in Route Three of the Morrow, GA Wire center (MRRWGAMA) will have all physical copper feeder pairs removed. These physical copper pairs will be replaced with derived pairs from fiber-fed Digital Loop Electronics (DLE) equipment. The affected SAI's are: F 6383 Waikiki Way, 6726 Tara Blvd., F 674 Mt Zion Rd., F 701 Mt Zion Rd., & O 860 Grande Way.

    • ATT20081113L.2 – Nov 13, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the East Brewton, AL (BRTOALMA) wire center feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross box will be displaced due to 2009 Universal Service Fund project. The Distribution Area is DA 210801- P 45 Highway 29.

    • ATT20081113L.1 – Nov 13, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Hattiesburg, MS (HTBGMSMA) wire center along and adjacent to Browns Bridge Rd & Harold Tucker Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20081112L.2 – Nov 12, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Evergreen, AL (EVRGALMA) wire center feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross box will be displaced due to 2009 Universal Service Fund project. The Distribution Area is DA 122101-Ped 19E Owassa Rd.

    • ATT20081112L.1 – Nov 12, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Theodore, AL (MOBLALTH) wire center feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross box will be displaced due to 2009 Universal Service Fund project. The Distribution Area is DA210501-4975 Old Pascagoula Rd.

    • ATT20081111L.3 – Nov 11, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that CopperFacilities which feed an area in Shubuta, MS (SHBTMSMA) wire center along and adjacent to County Rd 210 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier.This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20081111L.2 – Nov 11, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in the Centreville Exchange (CNVIALMA), existing copper distribution facilities that are now fed by copper and digital loop carrier (DLC) feeder will be cut to new feeder facilities that consist of fiber fed next generation digital loop carrier. This project is being done to upgrade and improve service under the Universal Service Fund program by establishing a fiber fed carrier serving area.

    • ATT20081111L.1 – Nov 11, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that all copper feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross boxes in the Semmes AL (MOBLALSE) wire center will be displaced due to 2009 Universal Service Fund project. All central office fed copper will be replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier along and adjacent to Schillinger Rd from Brittany Ln to Howells Ferry Rd. in the following distribution area's, DA 211001 - Ped 1 Brittany Ln and DA211101 - Ped 1 Lamplighter Dr.

    • ATT20081110S.1 – Nov 10, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Central Office fed copper services will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier systems at 1407 Utah Beach Dr, 1403 Bridge City Ave and 901 Bridge City Ave in the Avondale, LA wire center (NWORLAAV). This will be removed because of bridge approach conflicts on a DOT bridge widening project.

    • ATT20081107L.3 – Nov 7, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Semmes AL (MOBLALSE) wire center feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross boxes in the will be displaced due to 2009 Universal Service Fund project.DA 110601-1106 Coleman Dairy Rd, DA 111201-Ped 9900 Box Rd, DA 111301-Ped 26 Coleman Dairy Rd, and DA 120101-Ped 240 S1 Lott Rd.

    • ATT20081107L.2 – Nov 7, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Lumberton, MS (LMTNMSSS) wire center along and adjacent to Hwy 13 E will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20081107L.1 – Nov 7, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Heidelberg, MS wire center (HDLBMSMA) along and adjacent to County Rd 250 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20081021L.1 – Oct 21, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Waynesboro, MS wire center (WYBOMSMA) along and adjacent to Waynesboro Shubuta Rd will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. This project will be completed under the Universal Service Funding (USF) plan.

    • ATT20081010S.1 – Oct 10, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing all copper feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross boxes within the(GRDLALNM) wire center will be displaced due to Alabama Department of Transportation project STPBH-7166 (00): P 33 Tarrant Rd and P 16Pineywood Rd.

    • ATT20081002L.1 – Oct 2, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that in the White Bluff wire center (SVNHGAWB), copper & fiber feeder cables along Abercorn St from Holland Drive to Largo Dr will be displaced due to a Georgia Department of Transportation Hwy project. The copper services will be replaced with existing fiber fed Digital Loop Carrier (DLC).

    • ATT20080929L.1 – Sep 29, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces that it is removing all copper, originating from the Central Office, in 3 Serving Area Interfaces (SAI's) in Melbourne Main Wire center (MLBRFLMA). Copper Facilities will be replaced with a Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier system. This is required due to a road move. The facilities are in conflict with a Department of Transportation (DOT) project. The area impacted is Palm Bay Road between Babcock Street and Port Malabar Boulevard NE.

    • ATT20080922L.1 – Sept 22, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces that the Copper facilities that feed MetroCenter Mall in Jackson, MS (JCSMMSU2336) will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This work is being done due to damage to the copper cable feeding this area.

    • ATT20080806S.1 – Aug 6, 2008
      AT&T announces that it is retiring copper feeder in the Eastwood Exchange (BRHMALEW) and cut it to new fiber fed DLC facilities.

    • ATT20080805S.1 – Aug 5, 2008
      AT&T Southeast is announcing that it is converting the existing architecture (copper and FITLA) in Fiber Serving Area 4126C (SNLVGAU071) located in the Snellville GA Wire Center(SNLVGAMA) to new GPON platform.

    • ATT20080718S.1 – July 18, 2008
      AT&T Southeast that Central Office fed copper services will be replaced with fiber fed NGDLC systems in the Baton Rouge-Woodlawn Wire Center (BTRGLAWN). All Copper feeder will be retired along S. Harrell's Ferry Rd. from Jones Creek Rd., West to the B.R.-Suburban Wire Center Boundary. This also includes the area along Millerville Rd. from S. Harrell's Ferry Rd. to Interstate 12. This copper cable will be replaced with fiber fed NGDLC systems. No Copper feeder will remain.

    • ATT20080716L.1 – July 16, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities In the Boyce, Louisiana wire center (BOYCLAMA), all copper feeder cable along Hwy 1200 from the intersection of Old Highway 1200 to Highway 121 will be removed due to the deterioration of the existing copper feeder cable.

    • ATT20080714L.1 – July 14, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in the Oak Mountain Exchange (BRHMALOM). Existing copper facilities feeding from the Central Office will be retired and cut to a new fiber fed DLC facility. This project is being done to correct transmission issues and interference within the existing copper cable.

    • ATT20080709L.1 – July 9, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Mount Olive, Ms. along and adjacent to Hwy 532 E that will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20080609L.3 – June 9, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the cancellation of Network Disclosure SN20050161 for the AT&T Southeast Region where Copper Cable was to be retired in the LSVLKYWE wire center which would affect addresses fed by the 2909 Goose Creek Serving Area Interface (SAI).

    • ATT20080609L.2 – June 9, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the cancellation of Network Disclosure SN20050160 for the AT&T Southeast Region where Copper Cable was to be retired in the LSVLKYWE wire center which would affect addresses fed by the 8904 Leemore Ct Serving Area Interface (SAI).

    • ATT20080609L.1 – June 9, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the cancellation of Network Disclosure SN20050159 for the AT&T Southeast Region where Copper Cable was to be retired in the LSVLKYWE wire center which would affect addresses fed by the 8318 Easton Ln Serving Area Interface (SAI).

    • ATT20080527L.1 – May 27, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces Copper Facilities which feed an area in Petal, MS (Hattiesburg Main wire center HTBGMSU2025) along and adjacent to Hwy 11 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers. This work is being funded by the Universal Service Fund.

    • ATT20080520L.1 – May 20, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces in the Cartersville Exchange (CRVLGAMA / R3401) fiber feeder and DLC will be placed and existing services will be cut from the copper facilities feeding from the Central Office to the new fiber fed DLC facilities. This will be done due to a DOT project to clear the construction limits for the widening of Joe Frank Harris Pkwy (State Route 3) on Georgia Department of Transportation project PI #: 0001574.

    • ATT20080519L.1 – May 19, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces In the Thomasboro wire center (CHRLNCTH) copper feeder facilities along Freedom Drive west of Allenbrook Drive and copper feeder facilities along Moores Chapel Road and Mount Holly Road between Freedom Drive and Interstate 485 will be retired and replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This work is triggered by a city plan civic project to widen Freedom Drive resulting in the need to retire copper underground facilities.

    • ATT20080505L.1 – May 5, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in the HNVIALLW wire center in Huntsville, Al. along Winchester Rd and Bradford Ln and surrounding areas. The copper cable will be retired and only existing fiber fed digital loop carrier will remain. This work is being triggered by a civic project which is widening Winchester Rd and requiring the retirement of copper facilities.

    • ATT20080424L.1 – April 24, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area In the Kingston GA wire center. Fiber feeder and copper distribution cables will be placed due to deterioration of existing copper feeder cables and growth in the area of Connesena Rd. This will be done by cutting over existing services working on copper facilities from the Central Office to a new fiber feed digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20080411L.1 – April 11, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities In the Vineville wire center (MACNGAVN) in Macon GA, all copper feeder cable along Forest Hill Rd from Wimbish to Northside Dr will be removed because of storm sewer conflicts on a DOT road widening project. This copper cable will be replaced with a fiber fed digital loop carrier system.

    • ATT20080404L.1 – April 4, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Vero Beach FL. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a Department of Transportation (DOT) project. The area impacted is off S. US Highway 1 in Vero Beach from SE 1st Street to SE 12th Street.

    • ATT20080403L.1 – April 3, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Augusta GA. All copper cable serving cross boxes 825 Spruce Street and 550 Laney Walker Blvd and non interfaced terminals on 9th St., Fenwick St., Walton Way, Barnes St., Adams St., Hopkins St., Hall St., Laney Walker Blvd., Spruce St., Cedar St., and Perry Ave. will be replaced due to a damaged underground cable that cannot be maintained. The copper fed services will be replaced with a fiber fed digital loop carrier cabinet at 831 Spruce St.

    • ATT20080327L.1 – March 27, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the cancellation of Network Disclosure 20060185 which is a revision of Network Disclosure 20050090 for the AT&T SE Region which would have replaced Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems in the 3rd quarter of 2008 in the MMPHTNMT Wire Center in Memphis TN.

    • ATT20070912L.2 rev3 – March 19, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces a revision to ATT20070912L.2. rev2 in the SE Region. The Reason for this Revision is the date changed due to delays in construction on the road project where Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a DOT project.
      The area impacted is Westport Rd east of Windhurst Ln west of the Washburn Ln south of Rudy Ln and north of RR tracks (mostly) paralleling Westport Rd.

    • ATT20070912L.1 rev3 – March 19, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces a revision to ATT20070912L.1. rev2 in the SE Region. The Reason for this Revision is the date changed due to delays in construction on the road project where Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a DOT project.
      The area impacted is Westport Rd east of Hubbards Ln West of Windhurst Ln south of Rudy Ln and north of RR tracks (mostly) paralleling Westport Rd.

    • ATT20080311L.1 – March 11, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Lyman, Ms. along and adjacent to Hwy 53 from Lumpkin Road to County Farm Road and Saucier Advance Road in Harrison County will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20080310L.1 – March 10, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Boligee, Al. along and adjacent to Greene County Roads 20, 80, 19, 81 and US Hwy 11 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20080307L.1 – March 7, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area along E Pine St in Wiggins, Miss. are being replaced by fiber fed digital loop carrier. The city of Wiggins has requested the removal of all above ground facilities in their downtown area due to a Façade Restoration Program for the rehabilitation of the Pine Street area. The copper cable feeding the area east of Pine Street will be removed and replaced with digital facilities, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings.

    • ATT20080226L.1 – February 26, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Laurel, MS. along and adjacent to Hwy 15 N will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20080222L.1 – February 22, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces the retirement of Copper Facilities which feed an area in Marion, Al. along and adjacent to Hamburg Road (Hwy 45) and Perry County Road 35 will be replaced with fiber fed digital loop carrier. This plan calls for improving and upgrading service to rural residents by investing in new, modern loop transmission facilities, comparable to urban areas, thereby improving existing telephone service and providing for future high-speed data service offerings, otherwise unavailable to these rural subscribers.

    • ATT20070928L.1 – February 19, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces a revision to ATT20070928L.1. This revision addresses the timing of data migration and the timing of translation changes, to allow for additional software and data enhancements. This revision extends previously published timing by approximately one hundred fifty (150) days. The Network changes are for the applications that AT&T Southeast Region 9-State use to provide LIDB and CNAM services are being discontinued. AT&T Southeast Region 9-State will eliminate these applications and gain replacement functionality from AT&T Diversified Group (AT&T DG). AT&T Southeast Region 9-State will migrate all relevant data to AT&T DG's LIDB and re-route all LIDB and CNAM query traffic.

    • ATT20080122L.1 – January 22, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces that copper facilities which feed an area in Vancleave, MS beginning at the intersection of Poticaw Bayou Road and Paige Bayou Road and continuing south on Paige Bayou Road to Johns Bayou Road are being replaced by fiber fed digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20080117L.1 – January 17, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces that copper facilities which feed an area in Alexander City along Highway 22 from Andrew Jackson Road to Timber Lane Road are being replaced by fiber fed digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20080115L.1 – January 15, 2008
      AT&T Southeast announces Copper facilities which feed areas along and south of Highway 25W / SR#9 are being replaced by fiber-fed digital loop carrier in the Lafollette & Jacksboro Serving Wire Center.

    • ATT20070912L.2 – December 17, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a revision to ATT20070912L.2 rev1 in the AT&T SE Region. The Reason for this Revision is the date changed due to delays in construction on the road project where Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a DOT project. The area impacted is Westport Rd east of Windhurst Ln west of the Washburn Ln south of Rudy Ln and north of RR tracks (mostly) paralleling Westport Rd.

    • ATT20070912L.1 – December 17, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a revision to ATT20070912L.1 rev1 in the AT&T SE Region. The Reason for this Revision is the date changed due to delays in construction on the road project where Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a DOT project. The area impacted is Westport Rd east of Hubbards Ln West of Windhurst Ln south of Rudy Ln and north of RR tracks (mostly) paralleling Westport Rd.

    • ATT20071207L.1 – December 7, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces All copper cable feeding the distribution areas served from the following cross boxes will be displaced due to a bridge replacement: 3500 Bob Wallace Avenue, 3500 Elm Avenue, 2010 Bob Wallace Avenue, 2006Memorial Parkway SW, 202 Lowry Street NW, F 2102 4th Street, 2302 Triana Boulevard SW, 3502 9th Avenue, R 3312 Governors Drive NW and F 2000 14th Street SW. This copper cable will be replaced with fiber optic cable and digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20071114L.1 – November 14, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces that Copper facilities which feed an area along Verot School Rd are being replaced by fiber fed digital loop carrier. Road improvement work along Verot School Rd in Lafayette,LA by the State of Louisiana requires a section of copper feeder cable to be replaced which feeds the area along Verot School Rd. starting at Polly Ln and ending at Ambassador Caffery Pkwy in the LFYTLAVM wire center.

    • ATT20071114L.2 – November 14, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces that Copper facilities which feed an area along Verot School Rd are being replaced by fiber fed digital loop carrier. Road improvement work along Verot School Rd in Lafayette,LA by the State of Louisiana requires a section of copper feeder cable to be replaced which feeds the area along Verot School Rd. from LA Hwy 182 (W Pinhook Rd) and ending at Polly Ln. in the LFYTLAMA wire center.

    • ATT20070910S.1 – September 24, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces road improvement work along Highway 80 south of York, Al. by the State of Alabama requiring a section of copper feeder cable to be replaced which feeds an area on Highway 17. This copper feeder cable will be replaced with fiber optic cable and digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20070919L.1 – September 19, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces all copper feeding the Bob Wallace Avenue and Fairacres Drive areas from the 4010 Cabana Dr and 2703 Thurman Rd cross boxes will be displaced due to bridge replacement. This copper cable will be replaced with fiber optic cable and digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20070918L.1 – September 18, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces all copper cable feeding the Triana Blvd and 9th Avenue areas from the 2302 Triana, and 3502 9th Avenue cross boxes will be displaced due to bridge replacement. This copper cable will be replaced with fiber optic cable and digital loop carrier.

    • ATT20070913L.1 – September 13, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will replace All copper feeding the Clinton Avenue and Seminole Drive areas from the 2209 Clinton, 208 Seminole and 2200 Seminole cross boxes. This Copper Cable will be displaced due to bridge replacement.

    • ATT20070912L.1 – September 12, 2007
      This is a revision to ND20070023 in the AT&T SE Region. The Reason for this Revision is the date changed due to delays in construction on the road project where Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a DOT project. The area impacted is Westport Rd east of Hubbards Ln West of Windhurst Ln south of Rudy Ln and north of RR tracks (mostly) paralleling Westport Rd.

    • ATT20070912L.2 – September 12, 2007
      This is a revision to ND20070024 in the AT&T SE Region. The Reason for this Revision is the date changed due to delays in construction on the road project where Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. Copper Facilities will be replaced with Fiber Optic cable and Digital Loop Carrier systems. This is being done due to a road move. The facilities will be removed as this is a DOT project. The area impacted is Westport Rd east of Windhurst Ln west of the Washburn Ln south of Rudy Ln and north of RR tracks (mostly) paralleling Westport Rd.

    • ATT20070910L.2 – September 10, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will replace All copper feeding the Clinton Avenue area from the 721 Clinton Avenue cross box that will be displaced due to bridge replacement and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier system.

    • ATT20070910L.1 – September 10, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will replace all copper feeding the Triana Blvd area from the 3000 and 3001 Triana Blvd cross boxes that will be displaced due to bridge replacement and replaced with fiber-fed digital loop carrier system.

    • ATT20070828L.1 – August 28, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will displace feeder copper cable with fiber that will eliminate the capability to provide an Unbundled Copper Loop due to growth in the area and the unavailability of additional copper feeder cable.

    • ATT20070814S.1 – August 14, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will replace The copper cable feeding from the central office to Battleship Pkwy, from the I-10 interchange to the Tensaw River, this copper cable will be severed and replaced with fiber optic cable and digital loop carrier systems.

    • ATT20070814L.1 – August 14, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will retire and abandon several segments of buried air core feeder cables which currently serve two serving area interfaces located in the Cullman Main Wire Center.

    • ATT20070802L.1 – August 2, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will incorporate the Packet Voice Tandem (PVT) access into the LATA Tandem switch at Birmingham, Alabama.

    • ATT20070724L.1 – July 24, 2007
      AT&T Southeast announces a project that will retire and abandon several segments of pulp feeder cables which currently serve three serving area interfaces located in the Cocoa Main Wire Center.

    • 20070055 – June 4 , 2007
      Introduction of a Virtual Path (VP) connection oriented architecture will coexist with the current Virtual Channel (VC) architecture
      Implementation Date: December 2007

    • 20070052 – May 21, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Miami, Florida Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: July 31, 2007, COB (5:00 PM EDT)

    • 20070054 – May 21, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Hopkinsville, Kentucky Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: Fourth Quarter 2007

    • 20070053 – May 18, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Miami, Florida Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: July 31, 2007, COB (5:00 PM EDT)

    • 20070050 – May 10, 2007
      Revision to Notice of Network Change – Birmingham, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementations Date: 3rd QTR 2007

    • 20070051 – May 10, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Orlando Magnolia, FL Projected LATA Tandem Upgrade
      Implementation Date: December 14, 2007, 12:00 AM Midnight EST

    • 20070049 – May 9, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Lone Oak, KY Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th QTR 2007

    • 20070048 – April 26, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Raleigh, NC Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd QTR 2007

    • 20070047 – April 26, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Huntsville, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th QTR 2007

    • 20070046 – April 26, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Huntsville, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th QTR 2007

    • 20070045 – April 23, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Rate Center Consolidation of seven exchanges into the New Orleans Rate Center and NPA Boundary Realignment for LA Area Codes 504/985 Implementation Date: July 29, 2007 12:01 a.m. (CT) (Permissive Dialing Period begins) April 30, 2008 11:59 p.m. (CT) (Permissive Dialing Period ends) May 1, 2008 12:00 a.m. (CT) (Mandatory Dialing begins)
      Implementation Date: 3rd QTR 2007

    • 20070043 – April 20, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Vero Beach, FL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd QTR 2007

    • 20070044 – April 19, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Louisville, KY Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd QTR 2007

    • 20070042 – April 11, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Stuart, Florida (STRTFLMA) Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd QTR 2007

    • 20070040 – April 4, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Canton, Kentucky Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: Fourth Quarter, 2007

    • 20070041 – April 2, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Vero Beach, FL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems Carrier
      Implementation Date: Fourth Quarter, 2007

    • 20070039 – March 28, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Mobile, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070038 – March 28, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Mobile, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070037 – March 28, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Mobile, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070036 – March 28, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Mobile, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070035 – March 28, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Mobile, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070033 – March 27, 2007
      ND20070033 – Notice of Network Change – Shreveport LA Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: Third Quarter 2007

    • 20070034 – March 27, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Pickens, SC Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: December 31, 2007

    • 20070032 – March 15, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Miami, FL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: October 31, 2007, by the end of business day (5:00pm EDT)

    • 20070031 – March 21, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Hwy 167 North, Bentley, LA Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th QTR 2007

    • 20070030 – March 15, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Westminster, SC Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: October 24, 2007

    • 20070029 – March 8, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Maplesville, AL Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th QTR 2007

    • 20070028 – March 8, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Maplesville, AL Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th QTR 2007

    • 20070027 – March 2, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Hawesville, KY Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th Qtr 2007

    • 20070026 – March 1, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – McDaniels, KY Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th Qtr 2007

    • 20070024 – February 23, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Louisville, KY Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: End of 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070023 – February 23, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Louisville, KY Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: End of 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070025 – February 22, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Westminster, SC Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: September 2007

    • 20070022 – February 22, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Westminster, SC Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: October 2007

    • 20070021 – February 19, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Keithville, LA Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: End of 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070020 – February 16, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Shelby, NC Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: End of 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070019 – February 6, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Red Bay, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: End of 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070018 – February 6, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Russellville, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070017 – February 6, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Russellville, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070016 – February 6, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Florence, AL Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 2nd Qtr 2007

    • 20070015 – February 1, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Gulfport, Ms Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070014 – February 1, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Chalmette LA Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070013 – February 1, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Chalmette LA Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070012 – January 30, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Moulton, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 4th Qtr 2007

    • 20070011 – January 30, 2007
      Revision to SN91083152 – Revision to Notice of Network Change – St. Francisville, LA. Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: July 30, 2007

    • 20060185 – January 23, 2007
      Revision to ND20050090 – Revision to Notice of Network Change – Memphis, TN Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2008

    • 20070010 – January 22, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Wetumpka, AL. Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070009 – January 22, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Prattville, AL. Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007
    • 20070006 – January 22, 2007
      Revision to ND20040142 – Revised – Notice of Network Change – Anniston, Alabama Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070005 – January 22, 2007
      Revision to ND20040142 – Revised – Notice of Network Change – Anniston, Alabama Replacing Copper Feeder Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070004 – January 22, 2007
      Revision to ND20040344 – Notice of Network Change – Fort Payne, Alabama Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

    • 20070008 – January 19, 2007
      Revision to ND20030255 – REVISED – Notice of Network Change – Pickens, South Carolina Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: October 31, 2007

    • 20070007 – January 11, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Miami, Fl Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: July 31, 2007 by the end of business day

    • 20070002 – January 8, 2007
      Revision to ND20060104 – Notice of Network Change – Boaz, AL Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 1st Qtr 2008

    • 20070001 – January 5, 2007
      Notice of Network Change – Augusta, GA Replacing Copper Facilities with Fiber and Digital Loop Carrier Systems
      Implementation Date: 3rd Qtr 2007

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