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Global Capacity, a connectivity service provider, is upping its network reach by signing an agreement to acquire MegaPath's Network Services business unit.
Integra has made a key change to its top management team by naming board member Robert Guth as interim CEO and president. Guth takes over the helm from Kevin O'Hara, who joined Integra's board in 2009 and served as CEO since 2011.
Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs arm is driving more activity around cloud and software-defined networking (SDN) by opening a new "antenna" office located in Silicon Valley.
Equinix and XO Communications have struck a new agreement where they will jointly provide enterprise customers with dedicated connectivity to various cloud service providers through Equinix's Cloud Exchange.
NTT America's Global Solution and Data Center Services business unit is taking advantage of this week's Cloud Partners 2014 to debut its NTT America Global Solutions Channel Partner Program.
Seaborn Networks' pending build of the Seabras-1 submarine cable system linking the U.S. and Brazil has attracted Microsoft, which has signed an agreement for fiber network capacity in order to fulfill its customers' cloud service desires.
Cable operators may not own traditional wireless networks, but they are being aggressive in expanding their Wi-Fi network footprints throughout the regions they serve.
CenturyLink is looking to acquire RackSpace in an effort to bolster its cloud service capabilities, reports Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the situation.
AT&T has added another element to its cloud strategy by establishing a partnership with Box that it says will enable it to deliver a variety of cloud-based storage and mobility solutions to a mix of small to medium businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises.
Coriant has resolved a patent dispute related to a Tellabs lawsuit with intellectual property owner Cheetah Omni that was pending in the Eastern District of Texas.
Level 3 is moving to up the ante with competitors like AT&T by expanding its local fiber and on-net building footprint in Alpharetta, Ga., one of the Atlanta metro area's key technology hubs.
Cologix is continuing its growth strategy by acquiring Colo5, a deal that will give it over 225,000 square feet across two facilities in Jacksonville and Lakeland, Fla.
This year's IBC show, which is set to begin on Sept. 11 in Amsterdam, promises to be one where attendees will address how traditional TV players can continue to survive the challenge of non-traditional over-the-top (OTT) video playe...
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says that the only way that more residential and business customers will be able to get access to more affordable broadband service is if there are more competitive choices in the market.
Hawaiian Telcom sees its emerging IPTV service as a key revenue driver and it has set an ambitious goal of passing 160,000 homes on the island of Oahu by the end of this year with the service.
Verizon is forking over $7.4 million to the FCC to resolve an investigation on how it used consumers' information for marketing purposes.
Ciena reported that packet optical was again the star performer in its portfolio, with revenues rising year-over-year to $382 million, up from $302 million in the same period a year ago.
Orange Business has maintained its lead over BT Global in the global Ethernet market Vertical Systems Group's 2013 Global Provider Ethernet Leaderboard.
When Apple holds its media event Sept. 9 at the Flint Center for Performing Arts, near its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., industry watchers are anticipating it will finally unveil its long-rumored wearable, which many have dubbed the iWatch. Show More Summary
Welcome to our fifth annual Women in Wireline feature, where FierceTelecom's editors recognize important women executives in the wireline segment of the telecom industry. We profile women executives who are shaping the telecom industry with new services, driving innovation, and shaping telecom policy.