Frontier has begun its G.fast journey in Connecticut to increase in-building broadband speeds for customers that live in apartments.

Google Fiber is officially inviting customers in Huntsville, Alabama, to sign up for its 1 Gbps FTTH service.

Frontier said it should be winning over more medium-sized business customers in its legacy and California, Texas and Florida markets.

Windstream is ready to present its business customers with a unified SD-WAN product set across all of its markets.

Verizon says that its “One Fiber” approach is going to simultaneously satisfy multiple needs while keeping costs in check.

CenturyLink and Level 3 say their combined fiber network will enable the new company to more effectively compete against cable for SMBs.

Windstream has introduced its SDNow (Software Defined Network Orchestrated Waves) optical wavelength offering.

AT&T is beefing up its FlexWare platform with additional network connectivity and security applications.