AT&T brings on-demand Ethernet qualification to wholesale

Wednesday 3 August 2016 | 12:43 CET | News
AT&T launched a new tool to qualify Ethernet-based services for wholesale customers. Automating a previously manual process, service providers using the tool can check the availability and speed of selected Ethernet-based services by address. Once the tool is part of a wholesale customer's internal ecosystem, they input an address and hit enter. The tool combines 2 AT&T Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to meet the needs of AT&T's wholesale customers. It's customisable, allowing wholesale customers to augment it, so they can retrieve the information most relevant to their customers.

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