Verizon says more enterprise customers are seeing value in software defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) services.
Georgia’s lawmakers have asked residents to take an online survey about their broadband service experience.
Windstream said it is now in a position to pursue deals that complement its consumer and enterprise business units.
Windstream says that it will soon wrap up its Project Excel program, which extends higher-speed copper-based broadband to subscribers.
As Mediacom deepens its on-net building business footprint, the cable MSO has opted for a dual fiber and coax installation method.
The OpenDaylight Project has introduced its "Powered by ODL" program to measure SDN product quality compliance.
Frontier's common back office for Vantage and FiOS services allows it to rapidly scale its triple play bundle penetration.
T-Mobile’s Neville Ray reiterated the carrier’s expectations to begin building out a network on 600 MHz spectrum as early as next year.
Atlantic Broadband says its new 1 Gbps product set will address smaller business customers' bandwidth needs.
U.S. tower companies have suffered sluggish growth in recent years, but the upcoming FirstNet contract award has the potential to shake up that trend.