VOL. 14, NO. 22
May 29, 2018


October 29-31
ARIA Resort & Casino
Las Vegas


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Numerous Parties Seek Extension of Comment Deadlines for USTelecom Forbearance Petition
Several other parties have joined INCOMPAS in requesting extra time to file comments and replies at  the FCC on the USTelecom UNE forbearance petition, including: 
  • California ISP Association
  • California PUC
  • Granite
  • Massachusetts DTC
  • Midwest Association of Competitive Communications
  • Minnesota Department of Commerce
  • Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
  • NWTA
  • UnitiGroup
  • U.S. TelePacificCorp (TPx)
  • Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
  • Small Business Association Office of Advocacy
  • Wholesale Voice Line Coalition
INCOMPAS Show By the Numbers: Attendee Buying Power

More than three quarters of INCOMPAS Show attendees plan to increase or maintain their spending budgets over the next two years, with 52 percent saying they plan to spend more than $500,000 on new solutions over the next two years, according to a recent poll. 

Increase your ROI and engage with top buyers from throughout the communications ecosystem at   The 2018 INCOMPAS Show , taking place October 29-31 at the ARIA Resort in Las Vegas.

Exhibiting, sponsoring and hosting meeting space is a great way to get the attention of these buyers.  For more information about how your company can participate and make valuable business connections, visit The 2018 INCOMPAS Show website or email Sam Edidin .
Member Profile: Inteliquent
Inteliquent has a proud history in the telecommunications industry and long heritage in voice innovation. Founded more than 40 years ago as a telco consortium in Minnesota, and evolving through a series of mergers, Inteliquent is a premier network-based communications enabler focused on delivering high quality, reliable and robust voice and messaging services.

Visit the INCOMPAS website to learn more about Inteliquent.

For more information on submitting a member profile, or updating an existing one, email Gail Norris or call 240-477-4554.
NPAC Transition Completed 
iconectiv, the next Local Number Portability Administrator (LNPA) for the United States, successfully completed third and final regional cutover of the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) transition. The Southwest, Western, and West Coast NPAC Regions transitioned to iconectiv on May 20, 2018, marking the completion of the transition of all NPAC data and services for service providers, service bureaus, and providers of telecom-related services (PTRS). This cutover follows iconectiv's successful transition of the Southeast, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest NPAC Regions over recent weeks. 

The United States NPAC is the world's largest system of databases of ported telephone numbers and consists of seven regional databases