In the 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.
With the third quarter 2013 earnings season now complete, FierceTelecom is taking a look at the results of the top U.S. ILECs, including number of broadband access lines, subscriber additions, and M&A activity.
It's clear that the dark fiber market is on a rapid growth trajectory. FierceTelecom takes a look at five dark fiber providers coming of age in this special report.
Solving complex communications problems for large multinational corporations is a challenge that Bas Burger, president, US & Canada, BT Global Services, knows how to tackle. Sean Buckley, senior editor of FierceTelecom, speaks with Burger about BT Global's role in providing services to multinational corporations, what differentiates it from other players, and key issues.
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Frontier's move to acquire AT&T's regional Connecticut operations, once known as Southern New England Telephone, for $2 billion immediately deepens the telco's presence in the Northeast part of the United States. When it completes the acquisition, Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania will become part of its new Northeast region.
Zayo is giving its customers another way to ease the service ordering process with the release of its Tranzact portal.
MTS has hatched a plan to build a multi-tenant data center to provide a suite of colocation, managed hosting and cloud services to Manitoba-based business service providers.
Amazon's move to shoot its new drama and comedy series pilots in 4K next year could provide some much needed momentum for the nascent video technology.
AT&T and international service providers China Telecom and Deutsche Telekom's aggressive IPTV buildouts and subscriber acquisition strategies are helping them take away share from cable operators, says Infonetics in a new report.
Verizon is once again fighting to maintain network uptime, this time in in Wise County, Va., as a recent spate of copper thefts left hundreds of customers without service.
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Cox Communications has prepared for increased Wi-Fi demand expected at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by installing 200 temporary Wi-Fi access points from Cisco, a top executive at the cable MSO told FierceCable Thursday.
A panel of experts appointed by President Obama to investigate the National Security Agency's surveillance practices recommended that the president make changes to the NSA's program that collects telephone metadata on virtually every call Americans make.