By Trefis: Leading semiconductor provider for wired and wireless communications Broadcom (NASDAQ:BRCM) will announce its Q2 2014 earnings on July 22. Despite a marginal decline (4% sequential and 1% annual) in its Q1 2014 revenue, we believe the company performed well in a seasonally down quarter. Show More Summary
Google Fiber has been looking at bringing its 1 Gbps-capable fiber to the home (FTTH) project to the UK, shaking up the country's broadband market that's been dominated by incumbent telco BT, reports The Telegraph.
Verizon will upgrade its fiber-to-the-home service to symmetrical broadband connections at no extra charge for customers. That means customers get the same speeds when uploading data as they do downloading data (So my colleague Kevin Tofel’s speeds up above should soon match up.) Verizon says this […]
Verizon Communications is giving its FiOS data customers another reason to smile about their experience by upgrading all of its existing data tiers to symmetrical speeds.
Good news for Verizon customers: the company is rolling out symmetrical broadband speeds for its FiOS subscribers. That means your upload speeds and download speeds will now be equal. Getting the same speeds in both directions will help you put larger files into your cloud storage locker, for example, or upload high-quality videos on YouTube […]
The FCC has been gently pushing for the end of state laws that make it difficult to build out municipal broadband networks. It should push harder.
(Filed as comments in the Net Neutrality proceedings) Verizon New York, cable franchise, 2005 While Verizon has continuously told anyone who will listen that using the Title II classification for its broadband networks would harm innovation...Show More Summary
A month and a half ago, I switched to a satellite Internet service from the tower-based wireless broadband service I've been using since 2009, and which I would still be using were it not for reliability issues. Here are my early-days...Show More Summary
There's probably no better way to announce that the broadband service you're providing is inadequate than the mayor of a town feeling compelled to write an apologetic letter to tourists, apologizing in advance for the lousy connection (or the complete lack of one). Show More Summary
Geo Networks, which is now part of Zayo, has reached a deal to acquire the assets of the failed Digital Region broadband network in South Yorkshire, England, reports The Star.
AT&T's real goal is avoiding stricter rules on broadband and cellular networks.
By Gino Verza: Ubiquiti Networks (NASDAQ:UBNT) provides services providers and enterprises with networking gear for fixed wireless broadband, wireless backhaul, routing, enterprise WiFi, video surveillance, and machine to machine communication components. Show More Summary
Verizon has taken the latest stab at the FCC's Open Internet rulemaking proceeding by calling the regulator out on its option to "reclassify" broadband Internet access service as a Title II common carriage telecommunications service...
TDS Telecom has named New London, N.H., as the latest town where it will take its 1 Gbps fiber to the home (FTTH) service, the second of two towns in the state to get the new service. The earlier deployment was in Hollis in May.
By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog Sweetheart deals don’t get any better than this. A 10-year contract with no competition gets a two-year extension, even before the contract expires. Mississippi’s broadband contract with AT&T is structured in such a fashion. The worst of it is state and federal taxpayers could be paying more for state...
Earlier we wrote about Rep. Marsha Blackburn adding a terrible amendment to a House appropriations bill that would block the FCC from preempting anti-competitive bans on municipal broadband. Unfortunately, despite some noise about it, the amendment it was approved 223 - 200 in the House. Show More Summary
Who watches the watchmen? That’s the question being posed by the Vertigan review into the National Broadband Network, which has recommended greater oversight of the government’s competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. More »
Over the last few weeks we've seen a number of politicians come out on one side or another concerning the FCC's net neutrality plans, but most of them were pretty much expected. It actually was nice to see some net neutrality supporters...Show More Summary