Verizon has asked the FCC to get rid of the so-called de facto retirement concept from its copper retirement definition.
AT&T and Leidos are equipping the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) with SDN-based capabilities.
GTT has signed deal to acquire Global Capacity, enhancing its network reach.
128 Technology has won a contract with NEC Networks and System Integration Corporation (NESIC) for data center interconnection.
Frontier says if the FCC rationalizes pole attachment rates for ILECs, it will foster more broadband expansion.
The FCC is asking for comments on how to drive broadband competition in multiple-tenant environments like apartments and shopping malls.
Edward Morche, a veteran telecom executive, is leaving Zayo after only a month to rejoin Level 3.
Cincinnati Bell’s enterprise division CBTS is extending its Network as a Service (NaaS) solution to the Cincinnati Reds, boosting its SD-WAN vision.
President Donald Trump says part of his ambitious $1 trillion infrastructure plan will be dedicated to improving rural broadband availability.
CenturyLink has named number of executives reporting to Jeff Storey, who will become president and CEO after completing the Level 3 acquisition.