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When operating a CLEC, the demands of provisioning services effectively to customers is a constant challenge. To fall behind in the race to keep information flowing is a certain recipe for disaster for any CLEC, so it is important to continually seek out new ways to get information flowing to where it needs to be. Additionally, these techniques are increasingly relied upon to transmit voice and data simultaneously, as a means of providing both internet and telephone access without having to rely on separate lines.

Creating Efficient Provisioning: A Few Solutions

As the demands for efficient provisioning of services increase, providers have begun to rely on a number of different methods. One of these promising techniques is the reliance on a multi-service network, that can combine a number of different transmission methods over the same network. DSL, DS-3 circuits, T-1 lines, and voice and data traffic can all be funneled through the same network.

This scalability, as it were, is offering increased flexibility to CLECs and is doing a great deal to solve some of the challenges of delivering service in the most efficient way. Additionally, some providers have begun to take advantage of recent advancements in wireless technology as another method of responding to the need for rapid deployment of service. This technology for service distribution is still widely untapped, and offers promising revenue potential for an enterprising CLEC.

Meeting Market Demands

As the ISP/CLEC market continues to expand, the need to confront servicing issues head-on will continue to be a top priority for CLECs. Staying on top of the game will require a constant evaluation of new methodologies to see how services can be applied more effectively. The companies who can master this challenge will quickly rise to the top in the quest to claim a piece of the market share.

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