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AT&T, T-Mobile to file with FCC around April 21

AT&T and T-Mobile USA plan to file paperwork about their planned merger with the Federal Communications Commission next week. “We plan to file our public interest statement at the FCC around April 21,” AT&T’s Michael Balmoris said in an email on Thursday.

AT&T’s $39 billion bid to buy Deutsche Telekom AG’s T-Mobile USA will also be reviewed by the Justice Department to ensure it does not violate antitrust law. The request for the Justice Department review was filed last Friday.

The FCC will review the proposed deal to ensure it is in the public interest. The review process could easily take a year.

The deal would concentrate 80 percent of U.S. wireless contract customers in just two companies — AT&T/T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, a joint venture of Verizon Communications and Vodafone Group Plc. AT&T, currently the No. 2 U.S. mobile carrier behind Verizon, has said the merger will spur innovation and economic growth by improving quality and expanding wireless service to 95 percent of Americans.

Top 10 Business Technology Trends 2011

Just like last year, here are the top 10 Business technology trends in 2011, according to this video series created by Verizon.


Enterprise applications going mobile in 2011

2011 the Year of High IQ Networks

Machine to Machine Cacophony Triggers like the Smart Grid

Everything going to the cloud in 2011?

Information Security in 2011

Role of the CIO in 2011

2011 the year of IPv6?

Video collaboration continues to explode

Unified communications

Universal Identity

Broadband Buffet is Over ?

The glory days of an unlimited broadband appear to be nearing an end as ISPs look to implement caps and metered pricing for broadband services. In the not-so-distant-future, broadband users will be forced to pay on a metered basis in the same way as other utilities such as electricity and water, with customers only paying for what they use.

Unlimited flat-rate packages are a reflection of internet companies

Alcatel-Lucent Gets Verizon Wireless Contract for ongoing 3G network expansion and LTE build out

Verizon Wireless and Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) today announced a four-year agreement expected to be worth US$4 billion for Alcatel-Lucent wireless network architecture and services to support Verizon Wireless’ ongoing 3G network expansion and 4G/LTE network build out. Alcatel-Lucent continues to be a major Verizon Wireless’ network infrastructure supplier and the agreement builds on a long-standing relationship between the two companies.

Verizon Telejustice & Telehealth Collaboration

Courts grappling with jammed dockets and prisons struggling to handle inmate health care issues can now put the power of video collaboration to work, with a new, tailored set of technology solutions and professional consulting services from Verizon Business.

Through these new services, Verizon Business will help courts and prison health care systems assess collaboration readiness as well as design, implement and support a broad range of Web and audio conferencing services, and video capabilities from desktop Web cams to high-definition and immersive video. The conferencing services and video capabilities can help enable courts and prison health care systems to operate more efficiently and effectively.

The technology and consulting services