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Subject:

GTE to bring "Superhighway" to California

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Here's something that I just got on Friday.  The release date
was Thursday, so I'm a little disappointed that it hasn't
made it over the net yet.  I got the Pac Bell proposal
in a matter of hours.  Any way, I was able to talk to GTE
California President Mike Sparrow and he hopes that this
proposal is better than the Pac Bell one.  After going over
it, I think that it is.
 
Please feel free discuss this and to send your comments to
[log in to unmask]  GTE is very interested in hearing
feedback.
 
Kevin Hsieh
Claremont Colleges Interdisciplinary Clinic
[log in to unmask]
 
 
************************************************************
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PLEASE DISTRIBUTE FREELY
 
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                                           May 5, 1994
 
CONTACT: Mike Murray or Larry Cox, GTE California
         24-Hour Newsline, (800) 227-5556
         Out-of-state, (805) 372-5870
         e-mail, [log in to unmask]
 
 
 
SUMMARY: GTE CALIFORNIA TO BRING ACCESS TO INFORMATION
SUPER HIGHWAY TO 2,227 PUBLIC K-12 SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY
COLLEGES, LIBRARIES
 
 
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- GTE California will provide free
consulting services and "education credits" of $2,000 per
school to 2,227 public K-12 schools, community colleges
and public libraries in California giving them access to
the information superhighway, company officials announced
today.
 
The free consulting services will ensure that schools and
libraries receive the maximum value from this opportunity
by helping them to determine which telecommunications
products and services best meet their needs.  The
education credits can be used to offset the purchase of a
wide variety of GTE telecommunications services which the
company already provides to 330 communities in
California.
 
"We are not taking a 'cookie-cutter' approach to students
who represent the future of California," said Larry
Sparrow, president of GTE West Area, which includes
California.  "Rather, we will provide schools and
libraries with personalized telecommunications solutions.
Our approach provides technology to schools on educators'
terms."
 
To achieve that, GTE is offering every public K-12
school, community college and public library in its
serving area, an education credit worth $2,000,
redeemable over 24 months for GTE telecommunications
products and services.  Over the next 18-24 months, GTE
will send applications specialist teams to schools and
libraries that call GTE's Education Hotline at (800)
483-4543.
 
School districts can aggregate credits for participating
schools and use the total credit as an "up-front" payment
on telecommunications products and services from GTE.  Or,
schools and libraries can use the credit to pay for
one-time installation and/or monthly service charges for
most GTE products and services.  The combined value of the
credits is $5.5 million; including the $1 million for
consulting services.
 
"I am pleased that GTE recognizes the diversity of needs
in California schools and is willing to make many
different telecommunications services available to us, "
said Sid Thompson, superintendent of the Los Angeles
Unified School District.  "The free consulting services
will provide valuable assistance to educators who might
not be aware of the full range of capabilities that are
possible."
 
GTE is working with local schools and libraries, the
California Golden State Education Network, the state
Department of Education, and the California Public
Utilities Commission to identify other educational needs
and telecommunications-based solutions.  "Our vision is to
make it easy and affordable for educators, students and
parents to use the array of high-speed data, video and
voice communications now available on GTE's information
superhighway," Sparrow said.
 
Potential services include Integrated Services Digital
Network (ISDN) or a similar service known as switched 56;
frame relay for Local Area Network (LAN) interconnection
and other high-speed data communications; and even
switched multi-megabit data service (SMDS) for
highly-advanced applications.
 
Possible applications include: using the Internet to view
Jet Propulsion Labs' still-frame pictures of inner-space;
linking schools to data networks and laser-disc
information libraries, allowing teachers and students to
create multimedia lessons and reports; and establishing
interactive video links so small-town and rural students
can talk with experts about outer-space, math, science or
the arts.
 
The education initiative in its entirety is subject to
California Public Utilities Commission approval.
 
 
 
GTE California, based in Thousand Oaks, provides local
telephone service, regional long-distance and data
communications to more than 330 communities.  The company
serves major portions of Los Angeles, Riverside, San
Bernardino, Orange, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties;
it also serves significant portions of Northern
California, including Novato and Los Gatos.
                        ###
 
************************************************************
 
 
 
GTE CALIFORNIA PRESIDENTLARRY SPARROW
ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND EDUCATION
 
 
 
"The approach... "
 
"GTE 's innovative and personalized approach to education
- and students - is more than a 'cookie-cutter' measure,
it provides technology to schools on educators' terms."
 
 
 
"Telecommunications... "
 
"The challenge is twofold: l) help schools access all
that telecommunications can offer, and 2) help educators
prepare to use these powerful new tools. I believe
telecommunications can, and will, play a vital role in
the future of education."
 
 
 
"The tools..."
 
"What GTE's Education Initiative proposes is to have a
team of telecommunications experts go to every school in
our serving territory that submits an application and
work with them on specific and customized
telecommunications that best meet their needs. These are
the tools of the initiative."
 
 
 
"The World Class Network..."
 
"The telecommunication network has the capacity to
deliver vast amounts of information at incredibly high
speeds. This means rural areas will have the same access
to research material as a metropolitan college campus.
This means 'distance learning'; it means the finest
educators can be in classrooms across the country in real
time; it makes a local library on par with the Library of
Congress. World Class Network is ready to bring the
information education highway to schools."
 
 
 
"The vision..."
 
"Our vision is to make it easy and affordable for
educators, students and parents to use the array of
high-speed data, video and voice communications now
available on the information highway."
 
 
***********************************************************
 
EDUCATION INITIATIVE PART OF LONG-STANDING COMMITMENT
 
 
GTE California's innovative Educational Initiative is
part of the company's ongoing, and long-standing support
for education.
 
 
The company has sought to improve the educational
environment through a variety of technology-based and
non-technology-based programs and projects. A small
sample of the company's efforts include:
 
 
Santa Barbara Data Networking: Through grants, GTE
provided elementary, middle and high schools with access
to California On-Line Resources in Education. Students
are using data from the Internet and other on-line
resources to create multi-media presentations.
 
 
Distance Learning: GTE linked California State
University, Dominquez Hills with Coastline Community
College to provide four-year degree programs to graduates
of Coastline's two-year programs. Coastline also has
"distance teaching" courses for CSUDH students.
 
 
Cerritos Project: In a two-year test, GTE linked six
classrooms at two elementary schools through fiber-optic
cables and a broadband video switch. Applications
included remote teaching, classroom videoconferencing and
educational video on demand. This remains the world's
most comprehensive test of interactive video services in
the classroom.
 
 
EDNA: In 1992, GTE donated Educational Network Access
systems to 15 schools in riot-affected areas of greater
Los Angeles. EDNA includes a fileserver that holds
software and lets multiple students work on different
programs simultaneously. EDNA also provides guidance on
curriculum, network design, system configuration,
training requirements and all other facets of a school's
computer-based learning program.
 
 
 
 
Through the GTE Foundation, the corporation also provides
approximately $10 million annually in support of
educators and educational programs. The overall purpose
 
of GTE's educational-assistance programs is to: create
an adequate pool of technically trained future employees
for GTE and other technology-based companies; help train
the math and science teachers, computer scientists and
engineers whose skills the nation will need in the years
ahead; and increase the public's knowledge of science and
technology, and how they impact all aspects of daily
life.
 
 
A small sample of major philanthropic initiatives
includes:
 
 
Los Angeles Educational Partnership (LAEP): GTE
California is the founding sponsor of LAEP's Principal
for a Day program. This innovative program puts hundreds
of business leaders in schools each year to learn
first-hand about the needs and challenges of the
educational system. LAEP encourages ongoing partnerships
between businesses and schools. The Principal for a Day
program has expanded into an annual, statewide event.
 
 
Growth Initiatives for Teachers (GIFT): The GTE
Foundation provides financial awards for two-member teams
of math and science teachers. Each pair receives $5,000
for professional development and $7,000 for a school
enrichment project in the junior, middle or senior high
school where they teach. The program also includes a
one-week seminar to visit company facilities, such as GTE
Laboratories in Waltham, Mass.
 
 
UNCF/GTE Summer Science Program: GTE sponsors a four-week
"hands-on" research experience at GTE Laboratories for
United Negro College Fund professors and students. The
program identifies and recruits minority college
undergraduates with the potential and desire to pursue
teaching careers in mathematics and science.
 
 
Scientific American FRONTIERS: GTE has made a five-year
commitment to be sole underwriter of "Scientific American
FRONTIERS," a one-hour science series broadcast on public
television. The series, hosted by actor Alan Alda, is
produced in association with Scientific American magazine
and is broadcast by more than 300 PBS television stations
across the country. In addition, free instructional
materials are provided for each show to more than 50,000
classroom teachers nationwide.
 
 
GTE Family Literacy Program: GTE and the Literacy
Volunteers of America developed this program to teach
parents with little or no reading skills how to read, and
to encourage those parents then to read to their
children. The program is based on research indicating
that pre-school children whose parents read to them are
better prepared to start school and perform significantly
better than children who have not been exposed to
reading.
                        ###
 
***********************************************************
 
 
GTE Telephone Operations
 
BACKGROUND
 
NETWORK INVESTMENTS MAKE EDUCATION INITIATIVE
POSSIBLE
 
 
 
GTE California can provide a wide variety of services to
schools and libraries because the company has spent
billions of dollars over the past several years to
establish highly advanced telecommunications networks in
GTE communities. And each year, the company invests
almost $500 million to expand and upgrade its
telecommunications network in the state.
 
These investments include digital switching centers,
fiber-optic cables, self-healing fiber-optic rings and
state-of-the-art switches capable of transmitting massive
amounts of voice, video and data signals.
 
"Even before most companies began talking about the
information superhighway, we began building it in
California," said Larry Sparrow, president of GTE West
Area. "Many GTE customers already can access virtually
unlimited bandwidth for voice, video and data
applications. Our fiber rings create redundant networks
that guarantee businesses and all other customers
uninterrupted service under almost any circumstance."
 
GTE California's switching centers are 94 percent
digital, with the remainder served by advanced electronic
switching. This increases the reliability, speed and
accuracy of voice and data communications.
 
The company has more than 20 fiber rings serving various
communities, with plans to literally saturate key regions
with the world's most advanced fiber-ring architectures.
 
Also, GTE has installed the state's first ATM
(Asynchronous Transfer Mode) switches. The switches are
in Santa Monica, Ontario and Long Beach. The company will
install five more ATM switches in California during 1994.
 
ATM applications include: geographically distant
employees sharing documents and images during video
conference calls; medical experts in distant hospitals or
medical centers concurrently reviewing and diagnosing
x-rays; and customers selecting movies from
video-on-demand libraries.
 
GTE California is a subsidiary of GTE Corp. of Stamford,
Conn., the fourth-largest publicly owned
telecommunications company in the world.
                        # # #
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Kevin Hsieh                                | e-mail:[log in to unmask]
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http://Big-Bird.pomona.claremont.edu/
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