ILEC


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

ILEC

A local telephone company that was in existence at the time AT&T was broken up into the baby bells.
References in periodicals archive ?
Using ControlPoint(TM) ILECs and enterprises avoid the risk of human error and dramatically reduce labor and operating costs.
A combination of in-region ILEC and out-of-region CLEC operations using the same platform will yield operational efficiencies as well.
If Congress were to fiat legislation whereby after a five year period the ILECs would no longer be required to make available dedicated access to competitors, we believe such clarity would create free market capital formation whereby virtual network operators would have an incentive to work with companies who own independent fiber optic networks, build out their own fiber optic networks or create partnerships," Rusin added.
In the area of Customer Care(SM), Qwest was the ILEC leader again at 94.
We believe the Trident7 will help us establish a clear edge over our competitors by providing deployment flexibility that works well in both our ILEC and CLEC configurations and allows us to combine both RF and IP television to create a great variety of compelling service offerings.
com/reports/c42336) has announced the addition of ILEC Capital Spending Report to their offering.
com/reports/c42364) has announced the addition of "ILEC Report - Profiling the Complete ILEC Industry" to their offering.