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The U.S. market for Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLEC) owned End-user Switched Access Lines and VoIP subscriptions is projected to reach 182.7 million by 2022, driven by CLECs greater agility, flexibility and ability to innovate and capitalize on new technologies and network paradigms when compared to their entrenched incumbent competitors. Also driving growth are rising investments in core networks and focus on last mile technologies; effective targeting of high bandwidth services to enterprise customers; adroit development of affordable tariff plans for the consumer market; and steady investment commitments to build next-generation fiber network. VoIP ranks as the largest as well as the fastest growing market segment with subscriptions projected to surge at a CAGR of 12.3% over analysis period. In terms of connectivity technology, coaxial cable represents the largest as well as the fastest growing technology vertical.

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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
  
   Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3  
   A Quick Market Primer.....II-1
Advancements in Telecommunication Space to Spur CLEC Market Growth.....II-1
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   Fiber-Based CLECs on a Growth Path.....II-21$100
   CLECs Embrace Fixed Wireless.....II-31$100
   CLECs Enjoy Edge over ILECs.....II-41$100
   Telecom Industry: Focus on High-Speed Fiber Networks.....II-51$100
   Fiber Optic Networks Register Steady Growth.....II-6
Unsuccessful LLU in US Benefits Investments in Building “Local Loop”
  Infrastructure.....II-6
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   CLECs Shift Focus from Residential End-Users to SMBs.....II-71$100
   Consolidation Wave Sweeps “Thru” the CLEC Market.....II-8
CLECs Focus on Adding IN Functionality to Network Architectures.....II-8
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   Table 1: Top Countries in Internet Usage Worldwide (2016E): Breakdown by Number of Internet Users (in Million) and Internet Penetration Rate (%) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-91$350
   World Internet Usage & Bandwidth Landscape.....II-10
Table 2: Global Demand for Bandwidth (2010, 2015, 2018E, 2020P): Breakdown of Bandwidth Usage in Terabytes per Second (Tbps) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-10

Table 3: Global Growth in Demand for Bandwidth: Breakdown of Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) for the Period 2012-2020 by Geographic Region - Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Oceania, and North America (US & Canada) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-10
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   Expanding Mobile Internet to Spur Opportunities for CLECs.....II-11
Table 4: Mobile Penetration - Mobile Connections as a Percentage of Total Population for Select Countries (2016E) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-11
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   Rise in NC Computing Triggers the Evolution of Data-centric CLECs.....II-12
Impact of Deregulation of the US Local Telephone Sector.....II-12
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   Outlook.....II-131$100
   Key Statistical Findings.....II-14
Table 5: Retail Voice Telephone Service Connections in the US (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Service Connections by Mobile Voice Subscriptions, Interconnected VoIP Subscriptions, and Retail Switched Access Lines (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-14

Table 6: Switched Access Line Connections in the US (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Connections by Residential and Business Customers (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-14

Table 7: Interconnected VoIP Connections in the US (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Connections by Residential and Business Customers (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-14
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   Table 8: Wireline Retail Voice Telephone Service Connections in the US (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown by Type of Service Provider for ILECs and Non-ILECs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-15

Table 9: Residential Wireline Retail Voice Telephone Service Connections in the US (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown by Type of Service Provider for ILECs and Non-ILECs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-15

Table 10: Business Wireline Retail Voice Telephone Service Connections in the US (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown by Type of Service Provider for ILECs and Non-ILECs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-15
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   Table 11: CLECs Switched Lines in Oregon by Customer Type (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown for Business, Residential, and Wholesale (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-16

Table 12: Switched Service Customers and Lines in Oregon by Service Provider (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown for CLECs and ILECs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-16

Table 13: Business Switched Lines in Oregon by Service Provider (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown for CLECs and ILECs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-16
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   Table 14: Residential Switched Service Customers and Lines in Oregon by Service Provider (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown for CLECs and ILECs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-17

Table 15: Market Share of CLECs in Switched Access Lines in Oregon: 2010-2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-17
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   Table 16: CLECs Wireline Access Lines in Florida (2012-2015): Breakdown by Customer Type for Residential and Business Customers (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-18

Table 17: Residential Interconnected VoIP Subscribers in Florida (2011-2015): Breakdown by Service Provider for CLEC & ILEC, and Cable (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-18
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   Table 18: Market Share of CLECs in Traditional Wireline Access Lines in Florida: 2011-2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-191$350
   CLECs: A Definition.....II-20
Introduction.....II-20
Evolution.....II-20
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   CLECs- Modus Operandi.....II-21
CLECs Vs ILECs.....II-21
Strengths of CLECs.....II-21
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   Challenges for CLECs.....II-22
Types of CLECs.....II-22
Facilities-Based.....II-22
Non-Facilities based.....II-22
Unbundled Network Elements Platform (UNE-P).....II-22
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   Unbundled network element loop (UNE-L).....II-23
Interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).....II-23
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   VoIP Configurations.....II-24
Adapters.....II-24
Dedicated VoIP Phones.....II-24
Dedicated Routers.....II-24
Software-based VoIP applications.....II-24
Switched Access Lines.....II-24
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   Types of Connectivity Technologies.....II-25
Coaxial Cable.....II-25
Fixed Terrestrial Wireless.....II-25
Copper Local Loop.....II-25
FTTP.....II-25
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   XO Communications Enhances its Hosted PBX Solution.....II-26
TelePacific Unveils National SD-WAN Offering.....II-26
Level 3 Communications Announces Expansion of Voice Complete Enterprise Communications
  Solution.....II-26
TelePacific Communications to Introduce New Version of OneAir Fixed Wireless
  Connectivity Solution in Las Vegas.....II-26
XO Communications Rolls Out HPBX Concierge.....II-26
Allworx Launches Allworx Connect™ VoIP Communication Systems for SMBs.....II-26
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   XO Communications Unveils Comprehensive Suite of UC Features on HPBX Service.....II-27
TelePacific Communications Introduces Pure Triple Play Fixed Wireless
  Capabilities.....II-27
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   TPT Global Tech Takes Over Trucom Networks.....II-28
TelePacific Communications Snaps Up DSCI.....II-28
Consolidated Communications Holdings Inks Merger Agreement with FairPoint
  Communications.....II-28
Zayo Group Holdings to Acquire Electric Lightwave.....II-28
Lumos Networks Signs Purchase Agreement with Clarity Communications Group.....II-28
Windstream Holdings Inks Merger Agreement with EarthLink Holdings.....II-28
CenturyLink and Level 3 Communications Ink Merger Agreement.....II-28
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   Integra Telecom Holdings Splits into Electric Lightwave and Integra.....II-29
Verizon Communications to Acquire XO Communications’ Fiber Business.....II-29
FTE Networks Enters into Services Agreement with Next Generation CLEC.....II-29
Onvoy to Acquire Broadvox.....II-29
Cox Business/Hospitality Network Becomes Exclusive Technology Services Provider for
  New Las Vegas Arena.....II-29
TelePacific Collaborates with AT&T to Provide New Capabilities to Customers.....II-29
TelePacific Communications Inks Distribution Agreement with Aligned
  Communications.....II-29
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   TelePacific Bags MEF CE 2.0 Services Certification for VPLS and EPL Services.....II-30
Level 3 Communications and Telefonica Business Solutions Ink Interconnection
  Agreement.....II-30
Level 3 Communications and AT&T Sign Interconnection Agreement.....II-30
Level 3 Communications Enters into an Interconnection Agreement with Verizon.....II-30
Level 3 Communications Acquires TW Telecom.....II-30
Consolidated Communications Holdings Acquires Enventis.....II-30
Level 3 Communications to Expand Network in Alpharetta, Georgia.....II-30
TelePacific Communications Inks Multiple Agreements with AT&T.....II-30
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   Broadview Networks, Inc......II-31
Cogent Communication, Inc......II-31
Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc......II-31
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   Cox Communications, Inc......II-32
DQE Communications, LLC.....II-32
Electric Lightwave.....II-32
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   FiberLight LLC.....II-33
Granite Telecommunications, LLC.....II-33
Level 3 Communications, Inc......II-33
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   TelePacific Communications.....II-34
Windstream Holdings, Inc......II-34
XO Communications, LLC.....II-34
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   Zayo Group, LLC.....II-351$100
   Table 19: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) Service Connections by Segment - End-User Switched Access Lines and VoIP Subscriptions in Thousands for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-361$350
   Table 20: US Historic Review for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) Service Connections by Segment - End-User Switched Access Lines and VoIP Subscriptions in Thousands for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-371$350
   Table 21: US 14-Year Perspective for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) Service Connections by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Number of End-User Switched Access Lines and VoIP Subscriptions for 2009, 2016 and 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-381$350
   Table 22: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) Service Connections by Type of Access Technology - Coaxial Cable and Others in Thousands for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-391$350
   Table 23: US Historic Review for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) Service Connections by Type of Access Technology - Coaxial Cable and Others in Thousands for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-401$350
   Table 24: US 14-Year Perspective for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) Service Connections by Type of Access Technology - Percentage Breakdown of Number of Service Connections by Coaxial Cable and Others for 2009, 2016 and 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-411$350
    
 
 


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