The proposed $55 billion takeover of No. 2 Time Warner Cable by No. 3 Charter Communications comes on the heels of AT&T's acquisition of DirecTV.
The proposed $55 billion takeover of No. 2 Time-Warner Cable by No. 3 Charter Communications comes on the heels of AT&T's $48.5 billion acquisition of DirecTV.
As Consolidated Communications sees the majority of its revenue mix trend more toward commercial services, particularly Metro Ethernet, the service provider is keen on pursuing business customer opportunities that it can directly connect to its own fiber network.
Consolidated Communications says that while it's still very early days with its 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service rollout in Kansas City, the service is resonating with eligible users and it expects to see take rates continue to ramp throughout the rest of the year.
Last week Valve announced that modders will be able to start selling their mods on Steam and price it any way they see fit. It seemed like a good idea as it helps to consolidate the mods into a single location and help make developers some money for their efforts as well. Show More Summary
Microsoft has consolidated its Xbox One and PC models of Kinect into one: the Xbox One version with an optional Windows adapter. "Over the past several months, we have seen unprecedented demand from the developer community for Kinect...Show More Summary
Charter Communications Inc. has scooped up Bright House Networks with a proposed $10.4-billion takeover bid that accelerates the consolidation of the cable television and Internet service landscape.
In a deal that has been in the works for some time, as we reported earlier this month, Charter Communications announced today that it has agreed to acquire Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion, The New York Times reports. The...
Charter Communications has structured a $10.4-billion deal to buy Bright House Networks -- the latest domino to fall in a rapidly consolidating cable television and Internet service landscape.
Jim Hartnett, veteran transportation and community leader, was unanimously appointed to head the San Mateo County Transit District, an independent and consolidated public agency.
Verizon's recent move to sell off its wireline assets in three markets to Frontier Communications will consolidate its fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) FiOS service in the Northeast market, one where it will battle aggressive cable competition from Cablevision and a potentially soon-to-be-combined Comcast and Time Warner Cable for consumer broadband dollars.
CenturyLink has been a bit quiet on the acquisition front lately at a time when the wireline industry is going through another key round of consolidation led by Frontier Communications and Level 3 Communications, but it will consider a deal if it makes sense.
Consolidated Communications reported that while data and Internet service rose to $82.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2014, those gains were more than offset by declines in legacy local calling and network access revenues.
Social media management platform Sprinklr is acquiring community management platform Pluck, extending its customers’ engagement capabilities beyond third party social networks to their websites. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Sprinklr has over 600 employees and has raised $77.5M thus far, including $40M in it’s D round last April. Pluck raised $17M before being […]
AT&T made it official that Kansas City is the next stop in its ongoing fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) journey, putting it in direct competition with Google Fiber and Consolidated Communications for fiber-based broadband service.
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Our nation's hospitals are contributing to the escalating cost of cancer care. Over the past eight years, 313 cancer treatment facilities have closed and 544 community cancer practices have been acquired by or affiliated with hospitals. Show More Summary
TDS Telecom has sold off three of its ILEC properties in North Carolina to Wilkes Communications, a move that illustrates the ongoing consolidation of the independent telco market and TDS Telecom's move to fund the expansion of its broadband network reach.
The unified communications wing of the cloud saw a bit more consolidation late yesterday, as BroadSoft went on the inorganic offensive. The longtime VoIP software and services platform provider has purchased one of its partners, Leonid Systems. … [visit site to read more]
We believe that apart from the inorganic growth in revenue and earnings from the acquisition, the resulting consolidated Optical Communications segment should see considerable revenue accretion driven by growth in China's fiber optics market, which is the largest consumer of fiber optics products in the world. Show More Summary