Traditional telcos and cable operators, including AT&T, Verizon and Comcast continue to see triple play service bundles as a way to keep customers from churning and driving up ARPU.
Equinix has named Karl Strohmeyer as president of its Americas operation where he will be tasked with the management, strategy and growth plan for the region.
As we reported last week, the list of LPFM applications filed during the 2013 window is now available. For those of you who might prefer a more visual means of determining where those applications happen to be geographically, our friends...Show More Summary
Telstra Global has incorporated 100G optical technology on the UNITY submarine cable route, a move that will enable it to deliver higher speed services and greater diversity to its growing base of trans-Pacific and Asia Pacific customers.
What were the wireless industry's biggest flubs and failures of 2013? There were several, including the lackluster performance of the BlackBerry 10 platform and US Cellular's billing platform.
According to the New York Times and others today, the NSA spying revelations are reaching deeper into the network. In other words, to get at the data Google and Yahoo may or may not have given them voluntarily, they may have been tapping into the fiber itself. In particular they cite Level 3, but again […]
The other big news this week that everyone is talking about of course is the possibility that TW Cable might get bought. The two suitors are said to be Comcast and Charter, with some even speculating the two could split up the assets in order to optimize their take and keep regulators from freaking out. […]
In our latest edition of our Top Wireline Telecom Turkeys, we are serving up a healthy portion of companies' failed initiatives, products, strategies, and executive mishaps of 2013.
Windstream is the latest service provider to ask the FCC to take a closer look at AT&T's proposal to eliminate discounts for five-year and longer term plans for its TDM-based special access services.
Cincinnati Bell has appointed company veteran David L. Heimbach as its new chief operating officer, reflecting the latest in several shifts in its management team.
Walter Scott, Jr., the chairman of Level 3 Communications' board of directors, announced he will retire when the service provider holds its annual stockholder meeting next May by not standing for reelection.
The Christmas shopping season is the time when the top four U.S.-based wireless operators Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile spend the most money on advertising and add the most subscribers. Their campaigns come at a critical time.
How much does Carrier Ethernet service cost? That's like asking how much a car costs. The answer is similar--it depends on what you need and what you can afford to spend.
AT&T continues to make headway with the fiber to the building portion of its Project VIP initiative, lighting up 232 multi-dwelling units in Nevada and San Jose, Calif.