Incompas is firing back at CenturyLink’s claims that its joint business data services (BDS) pricing framework proposal is flawed.

Zayo reported that net installs rose to $2.4 million due to growing gross, but net bookings declined to $6.4 million.

Frontier plans to launch its Vantage TV service in Rochester, New York, by the end of the year, challenging Charter Communications.  

Windstream filed a cable TV franchise agreement to bring its Kinetic IPTV television service to over 50,000 homes.

AT&T, Comcast and Google Fiber came to an impasse over pole-attachment rules in Nashville as Alphabet CEO Larry Page ordered staff cuts at Fiber.

The sign-up page for Google Fiber in Salt Lake City has opened on Google’s website, indicating the official rollout of 1 Gbps FTTH in the area.

Suddenlink is extending its 1 Gbps internet service to customers in Alexandria and Pineville, Louisiana.

Dycom says it is seeing some of its large carrier customers cite interest in delivering 10G FTTP-based services to their customers.