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Open Product/Process CR PC072905-1 Detail

 
Title: Title Revision 08/10/2005: Delivery Interval for UBL ADSL and for 2 Wire Non Loaded UBL (Orig Title:Delivery Interval for ADSL and xDSL Capable Loops)
CR Number Current Status
Date
Area Impacted Products Impacted

PC072905-1 Completed
2/16/2006
Provisioning UBL ADSL, 2-wire non-loaded UBL
Originator: Worthen, Brian
Originator Company Name: InTTec, Inc.
Owner: Buckmaster, Cindy
Director:
CR PM: Esquibel-Reed, Peggy

Description Of Change

Qwest’s retail DSL product (line-share and Standalone) now have delivery times of 3 business days. It would be appropriate for ADSL and xDSL capable loops used by CLECs for DSL delivery to have the same Service Delivery Interval.

Expected Deliverable:

11/1/05


Date Action Description
7/29/2005 CR Submitted 
8/1/2005 CR Acknowledged 
8/1/2005 Email Sent to InTTec, Requesting Clarification Meeting Availablility 
8/10/2005 Clarification Meeting Held 
8/17/2005 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
9/21/2005 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
10/19/2005 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
11/16/2005 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
12/14/2005 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
1/9/2006 PROS.01.09.06.F.03565.Interconn_SIG_V60 (Level 2) 
1/18/2006 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
1/30/2006 Status Changed to CLEC Test Due to January 30, 2006 Implementation 
2/15/2006 Discussed in the Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting 
2/16/2006 Status Changed to Completed With the Concurrence of the CR Originator (via email) 

Project Meetings

February 16, 2006 Email Sent to InTTec: Brian, It sounds like you are okay to close the CR. That will complete it out. Thanks much!

-- February 16, 2006 Email Received From InTTec: Peggy, Great! Thank you so much. This completes our transaction, I believe. Brian Worthen InTTec Inc

February 16, 2006 Email Sent to InTTec: Brian, Your request was implemented on January 30th. I have attached a copy of the Level 2 Notice that was sent on January 9th, which has additional information. Thank you, Peggy Esquibel-Reed Qwest Wholesale CMP

- February 15, 2006 Email Received From InTTec: Peggy, Not sure I understand. Does that mean the 3 day delivery interval was implemented? Brian Worthen InTTec Inc

- February 15, 2006 Email Sent to InTTec: Good Afternoon Brian, This email is in regard to the CMP CR that you submitted, PC072905-1 Delivery Interval for UBL ADSL and for 2-Wire Non-Loaded UBL. This CR was implemented on January 30, 2006. The CLEC Community had no objection to the closure of this CR, during this morning’s Monthly CMP Meeting and I now need to see if you also agree that this CR can be closed. Will you please respond to this email and let me know if this CR can be closed. If there is an issue that is preventing your concurrence to closing this CR, please provide me with details and I will see what I can do to help with the resolution of any issues. Thanks much, Peggy Esquibel-Reed Qwest Wholesale CMP

-- February 15, 2006 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting Discussion: Jill Martain-Qwest stated that this CR was implemented on January 30th and that Qwest would work to close the CR off-line, with the CR originator. Jill then asked if there was any objection to closure. There was no objection.

January 18, 2006 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting Discussion: Jill Martain-Qwest stated that the Level 2 Notice was out on January 9th with a targeted date of January 30th. Jill then noted that this CR would move to CLEC Test on January 30, 2006.

- December 14, 2005 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting Discussion: Jill Martain/Qwest stated that this CR is on target for January 28th deployment. This CR remains in Development Status.

-- November 16, 2005 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting Discussion: Deb Smith/Qwest stated that the targeted effective date for this change is early February because of coordination that is needed with back-end systems. Deb then noted that the notice would be sent around the 2nd week of January. This CR remains in Development Status.

-- October 19, 2005 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting Discussion: Deb Smith/Qwest stated that Qwest has completed the research for this CR and is accepting this CR. Deb noted that details are being finalized, along with the implementation date, and more information would be provided in the November CMP Meeting. Jill Martain/Qwest noted that back-end system changes are needed for this CR as well and noted that this CR is in Development Status.

-- September 21, 2005 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting Discussion: Deb Smith/Qwest stated that Qwest would like to move this CR to Evaluation status in order to continue with the analysis to reduce the interval to 3 business days. There were no comments or questions. This CR moves to Evaluation Status.

- September 1, 2005 Ad Hoc Call ATTENDEES: Heidi Moreland-Qwest Deb Smith-Qwest Alan Breager-Qwest Shirley Tallman-Qwest Brian Worthen-InTTec Inc. Jo Wees-Qwest Kathy Ocken-Qwest Gary Stacy-Qwest Cindy Harlan-Qwest

Cindy Harlan-Qwest reviewed the CR and the purpose of this call. Cindy advised that Qwest has begun reviewing this request and that we have a few additional questions.

Deb Smith-Qwest advised that we have a Quick Loop process already available for 2/4 wire UBL non loaded. Deb directed the team to the PCAT where this process is documented. Deb explained some of the specific requirements that would allow your request to qualify as a Quick Loop. The work could not require a dispatch out to the end user location. It does not include conditioning. It would include only central office activities.

Brian Worthen-InTTec asked about a new loop order. Brian said that sometimes there is a Qwest TN at the premise, but his order is a new order.

The team reviewed the PCAT, Tech Pub, SIG, and discussed the different NC/NCI combinations, and the different LSR activity types that are valid for Quick Loop. Jo Wees-Qwest explained if an order comes in trying to order something that is not eligible for Quick Loop, IMA would not allow the Quick Loop due date.

Brian confirmed that he is looking for the same interval on new orders, not on conversions, as he does very few conversions. Deb advised that the Quick Loop Process does not apply to new orders. Deb thanked Brian for the clarification and advised that we have the additional information that we needed, so we will continue to review this request.

Cindy confirmed that we will provide Qwest’s response and additional status at the September CMP meeting.

August 30, 2005 Email Sent to InTTec: Good Morning Brian, This email is a follow-up to the voicemail message that I left for you late last week. We would like to have another discussion with you regarding your submitted CMP CR, PC072905-1 Delivery Interval for UBL ADSL and for 2-Wire Non-Loaded UBL. Will you let me know when you are available to talk with us? Several dates and times would be great. As soon as I receive your availability, I will schedule the call and send you the call-in information. Thanks much, Peggy Esquibel-Reed Qwest Wholesale Change Management

- August 25, 2005 Voicemail Left for InTTec, requesting a meeting to discuss this CR.

- August 17, 2005 Monthly Product Process CMP Meeting discussion: Peggy Esquibel Reed-Qwest read the CR Description. [Comment received from Eschelon: Peggy said the title was revised to delivery of Q DSL in 3 days.] Jill Martain-Qwest stated that this CR moves to presented status.

August 10, 2005 Clarification Meeting Minutes Attendees: Brian Worthen-InTTec, Peggy Esquibel Reed-Qwest, Deb Smith-Qwest, Kathryn Ocken-Qwest, Heidi Moreland-Qwest, Jo Wees-Qwest

Peggy Esquibel Reed-Qwest reviewed the CRs Description and asked InTTec if they had additional information to provide. Brian Worthen-InTTec stated that there was no additional information. Peggy Esquibel Reed-Qwest casked to onfirm that the impact was to Provisioning for UBL ADSL and xDSL. Brian Worthen-InTTec stated it is for what is in the SGAT, Exhibit A. The USOCs are U23WX and UY2FX Qwest noted that UY2FX is for 2-wire non-loaded loop and not for xDSL, and asked for clarification of the USOCs/Products. It was asked for confirmation that this request is for U23WX = 2-wire non-loaded UBL, and UY2FX = ADSL UBL Brian Worthen-InTTec said yes. Brian Worthen-InTTec stated that currently these products have a 5 business day interval and that Retail's interval is currently a 3-day delivery. There were no additional questions or comments. Peggy Esquibel Reed-Qwest stated that InTTec is scheduled to present this CR to the CLEC Community at the August 17th CMP Meeting and that Qwest's response/status is due in mid-September


CenturyLink Response

October 10, 2005

Revised Response For Review by the CLEC Community and Discussion at the October 19, 2005 Product Process CMP Meeting

TO: Brian Worthen InTTec, Inc.

SUBJECT: CR # PC072905-1 Delivery Interval for UBL ADSL and for 2-Wire Non-Loaded UBL

Qwest has completed the analysis for this Change Request and will accept this request. Specific details are being finalized, along with the implementation date.

Qwest would like to move this CR to Development status and will provide additional details in the November CMP Meeting.

Sincerely, Qwest

September 13, 2005

For Review by the CLEC Community and Discussion at the September 21, 2005 Product Process CMP Meeting

TO: Brian Worthen InTTec, Inc.

SUBJECT: CR # PC072905-1 Delivery Interval for UBL ADSL and for 2-Wire Non-Loaded UBL

This letter is in response to the Change Request submitted by InTTec, Inc., PC0729505-1 (Delivery Interval for UBL ADSL and for 2-Wire Non-Loaded UBL). This CR requests an interval of 3 business days for UBL ADSL and for 2-wire Non-Loaded UBL.

A clarification call was held on August 10, 2005, and a revision to the CR was then received on August 10th. Internal calls were held in order to discuss this request and another call was requested with the CR originator. Another call then occurred on September 1st, for education purposes and for further clarification of this request. Clarification was obtained that InTTec is looking for the same interval for new orders, not on conversion orders.

Qwest would like to place this CR in evaluation status in order to continue with analysis of this request. Qwest will provide an updated response at the next CMP meeting. Sincerely, Qwest


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