Biography for Samantha Bookman
Samantha Bookman is the managing editor of FierceMarkets' Wireline Group, encompassing FierceTelecom, FierceVoIP, FierceIPTV, FierceOnlineVideo, and FierceCable. Prior to joining FierceMarkets, she was the Web Editor for Horizon House's two trade publications, Telecommunications and Microwave Journal. When not working to make wireline sexy again, she can be found digging through the comics stacks at Outer Limits, hiking, or practicing martial arts. Based in Boston, Mass., Samantha can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @FierceSamantha on Twitter and find her on LinkedIn.
Articles by Samantha Bookman
Globe-spanning telecommunications services to the financial industry, such as low-latency networking, will continue to have a dramatic effect on the bottom lines of carriers, manufacturers and vendors, an Insight Research report says.
Week in research: ZTE leads in fiber CPE sales globally; IT execs 'confused' by unified communications
While ZTE is still struggling to find a foothold in North America, its presence in the rest of the world put it clearly in the lead among fiber-based broadband CPE vendors in Q3 2012, with 16 percent of the market.
The two largest U.S. IPTV players, Verizon and AT&T, saw a combined 14 percent drop in IPTV subscribers in 2012, according to IHS. However, the decline appears to be somewhat lopsided.
Dark and lit fiber provider Sidera upped the 100 MB to 100 GB services available to customers in the Chicago area, announcing Wednesday that it has extended its network to three data centers in Elk Grove, Ill., a major data hub for financial and content service providers.
EarthLink is expanding the services it offers to small and medium businesses (SMBs) through its new deployment of IaaS vendor Virtustream's enterprise-class cloud services package, xStream.
Today marks the fifth Data Privacy Day, an international event that aims to improve knowledge and practices around protection of data, particularly online.Where does the wireline segment stand in terms of protecting its customers?
China leads cyberattack traffic: About one-third of the world's cyberattack traffic in Q3 2012 originated in China, according to Akamai, which published its quarterly State of the Internet report on Wednesday.
Home automation as we know it has been around for two decades, but in 2013, it may finally come into its own, with analysts predicting a compound annual growth rate of as much as 45 percent. But what's driving the projected growth in home automation? And what could stop that growth in its tracks?
Network providers are scrambling to meet demand for on-net IP VPN and Ethernet services worldwide, a new report from TeleGeography reveals--but quality and growth rates vary widely between regions.
Orange Business Services is targeting telecommunications opportunities in the Middle East, launching a joint venture company in Qatar--its second in the region--to "qualify, design and build targeted projects" in the country.