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June 9, 2014
08:16 EDTNSRNeuStar calls FCC posting of confidential email 'troubling'
Neustar announced a development in the selection process for the local number portability administrator contracts beginning July 1. On Friday, June 6, a copy of a confidential email dated April 28, sent by an aide to the chair of the North American Numbering Council to the FCC was posted in the FCC docket and made available to the public. Neustar said, "This most recent development is troubling given that the selection of the country's next LNPA is an important FCC responsibility in the communications field. The process has also been marred by apparent leaks of confidential information, as well as substantive and other procedural problems...The NANC recommendation is by no means the end of the process. Once the NANC recommendation and accompanying report are officially made public, we expect the FCC to undertake a thorough process to determine whether the NANCís recommendation should be accepted and to bring what to date has been a flawed process to a proper, lawful conclusion. FCC staff have advised Neustarís counsel that the posting was an inadvertent mistake by a FCC staff member. Neustar understands the FCC intends to issue a Public Notice today, June 9, 2014, seeking public comment on the NANCís recommendation...Neustar intends to continue to compete vigorously in the LNPA vendor selection process, and to advocate strongly that we are the logical choice to remain as administrator, which we believe is beneficial to the industry and consumers alike."
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September 30, 2014
09:07 EDTNSRNeuStar to build miltiple Tbps DDoS mitigation platform
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September 29, 2014
07:03 EDTNSRNeuStar plans to send report to FCC this week, NY Times says
NeuStar (NSR) plans this week to send the Federal Communications Commission a 45-page report done by former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, New York Times says. The report discusses national security concerns should NeuStar lose its $446M phone call routing contract to Ericsson (ERIC), as recommended to the FCC by a private phone-industry panel, the paper adds. Reference Link
September 23, 2014
09:04 EDTNSRNeuStar partners with Adelphic, NinthDecimal, Voltari
Neustar (NSR) announced three new partnerships with mobile media leaders that will allow marketers to reach consumers across smartphones and tablets. Its partnerships with Adelphic, NinthDecimal, and Voltari (VLTC) improve a marketerís ability to target and personalize interactions with mobile consumers.

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