Inter Exchange Carrier. A telco acronym for the long distance company.
See InterExchange Carrier.
(IntereXchange Carrier) - IXC is another term used to describe long-distance carriers such as MCI and AT&T.
Interexchange carrier; a long distance telephone company (not a LEC)
interexchange carrier—a regulated U.S. Class 4 carrier that is often a wholesale customer
Inter-exchange Carrier: Post-1984 name for a long-distance phone company in the United States.
Inter-exchange Carrier (the local long distance company which interconnects the local phone company LATAs, currently AT&T)
A long-distance telephone company offering circuit-switched, leased-line, or packet switched service or some combination of these.
Inter eXchange Carrier. See IEC.
A telephone company that is authorized to provide service between LATAs but not within any one LATA.
Long Distance Carrier
Inter-Exchange Carrier, typically a long-distance telecom supplier
An organization that provides interstate (long distance) communications services within the United States, which includes AT&T, MCI WorldCom, Sprint and more than 700 others. If an IXC does not have a point of presence (POP) in sending and receiving LATAs, it has to hand off the call to another IXC. For example if IXC 1 receives a call from LEC 2 destined for LEC 3, it has to hand off the call to IXC 2.
Inter Exchange Carrier An IXC is a company that provides connections and routes calls between LATAs (Local Access and Transport Area).
Inter-Exchange Carrier. All telecommunications companies that provide long distance service, also known as Common Carriers.
Inter eXchange Carrier. A long distance telecomunications service provider.
Inter Exchange Carrier - A term and abbreviation that refers to long distance carriers.
Inter-eXchange Carriers, also known as long distance companies which sell long distance telephone service.
Generic name for long-distance carriers, such as MCI, AT, or Sprint.
a telephone company such as AT&T, Sprint, or MCI that carries long distance calls. The IXCs are authorized by the FCC to carry interLATA, interstate traffic and can be authorized by state PUCs to carry interLATA, intrastate traffic. Also known as Long Distance Carriers.
Inter-Exchange Carrier. A regulated US class 4 carrier.
This term refers to an interexchange carrier like AT&T, MCI or Sprint which carry telephone calls between different LATAs (Local Access and Transport Area).
1) Interexchange Carrier (IEC is preferred). A company providing long-distance phone service between LECs and LATAs. 2) Interexchange Circuit. A circuit that connects PoPs.
This term stands for Interexchange Carrier, and is the standard term for all long-distance telephone carriers located in the United States.
Inter Exchange Carrier. A long-distance telephone company.
Inter-exchange Carrier. A common carrier providing long distance connectivity between local telephone areas. Includes AT&T, MCI and Sprint.
Inter Exchange Carrier. All telecommunications companies who provide long distance service, aka Common Carriers.
Interexchange carrier, or a service provider specializing in long-distance transport services across multiple local exchanges.
Inter-exchange Carrier Post 1984 name for long distance phone companies in the United States. AT&T is the largest, followed by MCI and Sprint, but several more small IXCs exist.
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A common carrier that provides services to the public between local exchanges on an intra- or inter-LATA basis in compliance with local or federal regulatory requirements. It is not an end user of the services provided.
InterExchange Carrier (IXC) is the generic name for long distance phone companies in the United States. AT&T is the largest IXC, controlling more than 50 per cent of the market. MCI/WorldCom and Sprint are the second and third largest IXCs. Most of these carriers offer a full spectrum of telephone, data and Internet services to their customers as well as reselling them to other carriers and resellers.
The local long-distance companyÑcurrently AT&TÑthat interconnects the local phone company LATAs.
Interexchange Carrier. Commonly known as long distance, carries intra– or interstate communications between local exchanges.
Interexchange Carrier: A long-distance phone company.
Inter-exchange carriers (IXC) are telephone companies that provide connections from local exchanges in one geographic region to local exchanges in different areas. AN/WAN - A Local Area Network (LAN) is a group of computers and related devices that are connected to each other so that information can be easily accessed on all computers. Computers in a LAN generally share a single processor or server and are found in smaller, localized areas (such as one floor of an office building). A Wide Area Network (WAN) is very similar to a LAN except that it is dispersed over a much larger geographical area. Because it is spread over a larger area, it requires telecommunication technology to make the connection possible.
(Interexchange Carrier) - A common carrier that only carries traffic between Telco and does not offer direct subscriber connections. The accurate name for long distance companies ( i.e. MCI, AT&T, Sprint, etc. are IXC's)
Interexchange Carrier AT&T is an IXC.
An IXC (interexchange carrier) is a telephone company that provides connections between local exchanges in different geographic areas. IXCs provide interLATA service as described in the Telecommunication ACT of 1996. They're commonly referred to as simply "long-distance carriers." IXCs include AT&T, MCI, Sprint, and others. Back to kilobits per second (kbps) Measurement of digital bandwidth where one kbps equals one thousand bits per second. For example, 64 kbps = 64,000 bps. The higher the number, the faster the transmission speed.
Inter-eXchange Carrier. A carrier that is allowed to carry traffic from one LATA to another, typically long distance inter-state traffic, but can also include intra-state toll traffic.
InterXchange Carrier. All long distance carriers; also known as Other Common Carriers.
This stands for Interexchange Carrier, and is the standard term for all long distance telephone carriers in the U.S.
Interexchange Carrier. A telephone company that is allowed to provide long-distance telephone service between LATAs or across state lines.