I'm talking about a MacBook laptop, running OS X 10.11.3.
As far as I understand, CoreTelephony.framework is about cellular networks, so it might be useful on phones, for example. But the laptop obviously doesn't have any relevant hardware.
I see CommCenter (parent process: launchd (1)) in Activity Monitor and it's said to consume 600+ MB of RAM. That's too much for something useless.
How can I get rid of it? And why does it show up there? (Can it be a sign of some malware and stuff?)
After killing that process manually, I don't see anything bad happening.