AT&T continues to progress with its Project VIP initiative, announcing that it invested $675 million in its wireline and wireless networks in Nevada between 2011 and 2013 to enhance its residential U-verse and next-gen business services.
TelePacific has taken another step forward in its expansion into the lucrative Texas telecom market by expanding its Ethernet over Copper (EoC) footprint into 134 additional Central Offices (COs) through an agreement with fellow CLEC Alpheus Communications.
Orange Business has regained its standing as the top global Ethernet provider from BT Global Services on Vertical Systems Group's 2013 Global Provider Ethernet Leaderboard.
AT&T recently announced plans to implement what it calls its user-defined network cloud concept, which it says will give customers more control and the ability to add services on-demand. During the recent Mobile World Congress tradeShow More Summary
Cincinnati Bell has set an ambitious target to pass 60-70 percent of the city's homes with its fiber to the home (FTTH)-based Fioptics product.
With more than six weeks to go before the April 22 oral argument, the Aereo case in the Supreme Court is in what litigators refer to as the “briefing phase” – the various parties are busy preparing and submitting their written arguments to the Court. Show More Summary
Ok the dust has settled a bit since last week’s drama, where it was revealed that Netflix and Comcast came to terms on an interconnection deal where Netflix would pay for traffic delivered directly to the cable MSO’s customers, bypassing transit backbones like that of Cogent. This site’s readers have a uniquely informed viewpoint on […]
HickoryTech's fiber and data revenue continued to operate well in the fourth quarter of 2013 as revenues rose 5 percent to $17.3 million due to 7 percent growth in business revenue and a 3 percent increase in wholesale revenue.
Here’s a quick look at three vendor announcements from this week: … [visit site to read more]
The CWTA is facing hard times. After Wind Mobile’s, Public Mobile’s, and Mobilicity’s withdrawals from the telecom industry lobby group, a couple of days ago, in an unexpected move, Telus has also quit. Who’s next? Telus’s move comes out of the blue, because no one would have expected Canada’s No. 2 wireless player to leave the [...]
Only a few short years ago I doubt any Hollywood glitterati attending the annual Oscars award show would have been caught dead without an Apple iPhone in their hands, as it for quite some time the slightly ostentatious choice of the wealthy elite. But as evidence of just how much the mobile scene has changed in [...]
What do you mean that you’ve never heard of it. It was promised in the Strategy Document that concluded the two-year DCMS Communications Review in July 2013 and I blogged about it here. I know: the Government has been very quiet about the follow-up projects to the Comms Review. But now the DCMS – which […]
First in the door with a proposal: Iowa Network Services, with the help of one of our Fletcher Heald colleagues As we reported last month, in late January the FCC released its Technology Transitions Order inviting proposals for service-based...Show More Summary