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  • Connecticut regulators deny Frontier's AT&T wireline acquisition

    Frontier Communications has hit what may be one of the largest snags in completing its proposed acquisition of AT&T's Connecticut wireline business as the state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) denied a settlement the telco reached with state officials.

BT hopes to lure new customers with ADSL2+ broadband promotions

BT may be upping its voice line rental prices in December, but that's not stopping it from moving to appeal to new broadband customers with two new ADSL promotions, reports ThinkBroadband.

Verizon revamps home automation push, appears to be near release of Quantum gateway

Verizon is signaling that it's ready to take another stab at the home automation market with a new service.

Telefonica taps Alcatel-Lucent for its 100G network

Telefonica is employing Alcatel-Lucent to help it build its 100G optical network serving the north-west, eastern and southern regions in Spain.

Frontier, CWA ratify new labor agreement for West Virginia employees

Frontier Communications and the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union have ratified the labor agreement the two parties reached on Aug. 3 representing local employees in West Virginia.

AT&T serves up cloud storage, security platform for federal government agencies

AT&T is giving its federal government customers another path to fulfill their cloud computing mission by introducing its Synaptic Storage as a Service for Government service.

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