Cpe

Customer-premises equipment or customer-provided equipment (CPE) is any terminal and associated equipment located at a subscriber's premises and connected with a carrier's telecommunication channel at the demarcation point ("demarc"). The demarc is a point established in a building or complex to separate customer equipment from the equipment located in either the distribution infrastructure or central office of the Communications Service Provider.
Posts about Cpe
  • .music and .gay CPE probe could end this month

    … An ICANN-commissioned investigation into the fairness of its Community Priority Evaluation process for new gTLDs could wind up before the end of June. In an update Friday, ICANN also finally revealed who is actually conducting the probe, which has been slammed by affected applicants for being secretive. A tentative timeline sketched out…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 13 readers -
  • .gay, .music and others in limbo as ICANN probes itself

    … into how its own staff handled Community Priority Evaluations. The now broad-ranging investigation seems have been going on for over six months but does not appear to have a set deadline for completion. Applicants affected by the delays don’t know who is conducting the probe, and say they have not been contacted by anyone for their input. At issue…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 16 readers -
  • 10 Digital Media and Marketing Predictions for 2017

    …; it will become a must-have to understand and retain users. According to Xomad CEO Rob Perry, 2017 will bring about a re-evaluation of traditional qualitative metrics and analytics: Cost-per-engagement models instead of potential impressions will provide more accurate pricing and greater return on investment for influencer strategies. New standards…

    AllTwitterin Google Facebook Twitter- 49 readers -
  • Afilias set to get .hotel despite hacking claims

    … Krischenowski accessed competing applicants’ confidential documents via an ICANN web site. Because HTLD had won a Community Priority Evaluation, it should now proceed to contracting, barring any further action from the other six applicants. ICANN’s board said in its August 9 decision: ICANN has not uncovered any evidence that: (i) the information Mr…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 19 readers -
  • Centuries-old companies both fail community gTLD test

    … Two companies called Merck have separately failed ICANN Community Priority Evaluations, meaning the new gTLD .merck could be the first dot-brand to head to ICANN auction. Merck KGaA applied for .merck for the Merck Group, a German chemicals company founded — staggeringly — in 1668, the same year Newton built the world’s first reflecting…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 19 readers -
  • Ombudsman trashes ICANN’s rejection of .gay “community”

    … of 16 points required to pass the CPE. Winning a CPE generally means you get the gTLD in question. Losing means you have to go to auction against competing applicants. In the case of .gay, the other applicants are Top Level Design, Minds + Machines and Rightside. Dotgay failed both times because its stated community — which includes straight people…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 26 readers -
  • A Complete Guide to Twitter’s Q2 2016 Earnings Call

    … to continuously raise the quality bar on the advertising solutions we bring to market. Second, while we have worked to drive higher return on investment for advertisers (by leveraging our current user base, ad formats and innovations in targeting, creative and measurement), we’re still priced at a premium CPE (cost per engagement) relative to others. This has…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 32 readers -
  • A Complete Guide to Influencer Marketing

    … relationships, campaign coordination and influencer payments. They charge a flat-fee for the campaigns and offer little to no transparency into their commission or how the budget is spent. Examples include MCNs like Maker Studios and FullScreen and companies like Niche and MediaKix. It is common for managed campaign companies to brand themselves…

    AllFacebookin Social Google SaaS- 48 readers -
  • dotgay loses third .gay appeal

    …, .africa applicant DotConnectAfrica sued earlier this year and managed to get a sympathetic judge who seems bent on allowing the case to go to trial. Tweet Tagged: .gay, community, cpe, dotgay, ICANN, new gTLDs, reconsideration, rfr …

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 20 readers -
  • Facebook CPMs Up 71% in Q1 (Report)

    … quarter of 2016, to CPM of $6.93 and CPE of $0.79. Instagram’s CTR for the quarter was $0.11, reaching a high of $0.17 in Japan. The global LinkedIn CPM for the quarter was $29.37. Salesforce Marketing Cloud said in its report: Historically, media costs tend to be lower in the first quarter than in the fourth quarter due to seasonal shopping…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 21 readers -
  • The .web gTLD could go live, or die forever, in 2016

    …-identifying as a “community”, Vistaprint qualified for the Community Priority Evaluation. A winning CPE means all competing applications — including the .web applications in this case — would be eliminated. While the CPE process is far from perfect, I think the chances of Vistaprint winning would be pretty slim. Perhaps Vistaprint agreed with me…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 15 readers -
  • No, .kids isn’t a community either

    … DotKids Foundation has comprehensively lost is .kids Community Priority Evaluation. The company’s CPE results came out at the weekend (pdf), showing a score of 6 out of the 16 available points, a long way short of the 14-point passing score. Like other “community” new gTLD bids before it, .kids failed because the Economist Intelligence Unit…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 11 readers -
  • dotgay has a third crack at .gay appeal

    … is in possession of emails from an EIU employee who was responsible for verifying some of the dozens of support letters it had received from dotgay’s backers (generally equal rights campaign groups). The company argues, citing the BGC’s own words, that this employee was not one of the official CPE “evaluators”, which means the EIU broke its own rules…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 15 readers -
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