pany’s wholesale transport and capacity customers are predominately telecommunications carriers, such as local exchange carriers, wireless carriers and interstate integrated providers, which are served by its direct sales force. Competition: The company’s primary retail competitor is Fairpoint Communications, which acquired the incumbent local exchange business of Verizon Communications in northern New England. The company also competes with cable companies, such as Comcast, and other competitive service providers who target small and medium sized businesses. The company’s wholesale competitors include Level3 and Verizon Communications and other cable television companies that operate fiber optic networks. Strategy The key elements of its strategy consist of the following: focus on providing wireless and wireline telecommunications services; target underserved markets where the company can compete successfully; create local partnerships; and maintain a disciplined earnings-oriented approach. Regulation The company’s telecommunications operations are subject to extensive governmental regulation in each of the jurisdictions in which the company provides services. Its wireless and wireline operations in the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands are governed by the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (or ‘Communications Act’), the implementing regulations adopted thereunder by the Federal Communications Commission, judicial and regulatory decisions interpreting and implementing the Communications Act, and other federal statutes. History Atlantic Tele-Network, Inc. was founded in 1987. The company was incorporated in Delaware in 1987.
atlantic tele-network inc
600 Cummings Center
Beverly, MA 01915
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