BT has named Clive Selley as the new CEO of its Openreach division, replacing Joe Garner, who is leaving the company to become CEO of the UK's Nationwide Building Society.
Level 3 is aware that cable operators like Comcast are making a move to advance into the larger business markets, but the service provider sees that the sector has a number of challenges it will have to overcome to be a viable threat.
Kentucky's Warren County, which includes the city of Bowling Green, is taking advantage of the opportunities created by the state's new KentuckyWired middle mile network -- which is just beginning construction -- by awarding a contract to Connected Nation Exchange.
AT&T is taking a swipe at the FCC's draft 2016 Broadband Progress report, saying the regulator is not following its own broadband definition of 25 Mbps.
CenturyLink may not have 1 Gbps FTTH available in every market it serves, but where it is available it is helping it take market share away from cable operators and drive awareness about other speed tiers.
Videotron has reached a deal to acquire fiber-centric service provider Fibernoire for $88.6 million, enhancing its ability to effectively compete with growing threats from U.S. providers like Zayo that are coming into Canada.
Cox is now officially offering its 1 Gbps broadband Gigablast service to select customers in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, laying a new challenge to AT&T.
Competitive telecom industry association Incompas agrees with TelePacific's observation that the FCC needs to bring harmony to its rules related to copper retirement and service discontinuance.
Driven by a surge in public infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) sales, the cloud service market grew 28 percent annually, according to a new Synergy Research report.
USA Fiber, a dark fiber provider, has named competitive telecom industry veteran John Schmitt as its new chief revenue officer.
Communications Sales & Leasing (CS&L) is acquiring competitive fiber provider PEG Bandwidth for $409 million, marking its first publicly announced deal as a real estate investment trust (REIT) company.
A top CenturyLink executive said that the provider is considering using its existing colocation facilities to offer wholesale services to businesses and other service provider customers.
Frontier has adopted a new logo and updated its name as Frontier Communications in an effort to drive brand clarity.
DuPont Fabros Technology, a wholesale data center operator, is going to sell its NJ1 data center facility in a bid to focus its attention on wholesale data center development in key markets.
Hawaiian Telcom is ramping up its cloud services play with the addition of its Desktop as a Service (DaaS), a platform offered to businesses for a monthly subscription fee.
AT&T is finding that as the economics of building out fiber facilities to more cities and towns in its footprint improve, its rollout plans are increasingly becoming about how to accommodate the demand for bandwidth over wireline and wireless facilities.
Level 3 Communications has been invited to participate in the Defense Information Systems Agency's multi-year Global Network Services contract.
CenturyLink has lost its three-year challenge to a overturn a telephone service tax in Portland, Ore.
Verizon has devised a plan to sell its data center business in a potential $2.5 billion deal, according to a Reuters report citing people close to the company. Selling its data center business is just one of several moves the telco has made to realign its asset portfolio.
WOW! may be an advocate of fiber-based solutions for its business and wholesale customer base, but the service provider continues to find ways to leverage its existing coax network to deliver new data solutions.