Decision Date: 30/04/2012
30 April 2012 - IDA's Decision and Explanatory Memorandum for the consultation on the proposed Internet Protocol "No Islanding" Principle
- IDA's Decision and Explanatory Memorandum for the consultation on the proposed Internet Protocol "No Islanding" Principle (231.34KB)
IDA would like to seek views and comments from the industry and members of the public on
- The current situation and the need for IDA intervention to prevent "islanding";
- The regulatory principle and technical implementation of a proposed Internet Protocol "No Islanding" Principle;
- The types of services to which the Internet Protocol "No Islanding" Principle would apply; and
- Considerations with regard to implementation costs and the proposed timeline.
|IDA Consultation Paper|
|Proposed Internet Protocol "No Islanding" Principle (237.41KB)|
All views and comments should be submitted in writing and sent to IDA by fax or in soft copy (Microsoft Word Format). Submissions should reach IDA by 12 noon, 31 July 2011. Respondents are required to include their personal or company particulars, correspondence address, contact number and email address in their submissions. All comments should be addressed to:
Aileen Chia (Ms)
Deputy Director-General (Telecoms & Post)
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
10 Pasir Panjang Road
#10-01 Mapletree Business City
Fax: +65 6211 2116
Please submit your soft copies via email with the email header "Internet Protocol "No Islanding" Principle" to IDA_Consultation@imda.gov.sg. You may also submit a hardcopy to fax number: +65 6211 2116.
|Responses Received at Closing Date - 31 July 2011|
|Singapore Telecommunications Limited, SingTel Mobile Singapore Pte Ltd and SingNet Pte Ltd (295.77KB)|
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