TDS Telecom, the wireline subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems, Inc., reported that wireline revenues climbed to $234.5 million due to additions of more residential IPTV subscribers and managed business service customers.
AT&T has lit up 54 multi-tenant office buildings in Louisiana as part of its fiber to the building drive, extending fiber-based services to over 2,600 business customer locations in the state.
The FCC is making $32 million in Connect America Fund grants available to enable service providers in Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Alaska to bring broadband service to over 42,000 "underserved" homes and businesses
Lumos Networks continues to make progress with its "edge-out" market strategy to expand its fiber network by completing the launch of metro Ethernet in Richmond, Va., and the upgrade of its fiber assets in Western Pennsylvania.
Bell Aliant's IPTV service continues to be a major growth engine as Q3 revenue grew 56 percent year-over-year to $11.5 million with the addition of 19,300 new FibreOP TV customers.
Cable operators, according to various reports, are thinking of either building their own version of Aereo or striking a partnership with the controversial over the top video player.
Alcatel-Lucent's IP routing division continues to be the shining star in the company's portfolio, rising 7 percent year-over-year to $789.2 million.
When it comes to packet optical transport systems, a new Infonetics report says that service providers favor four vendors: Ciena, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco and Huawei.
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Internap, an IT and managed service provider, is enhancing its SMB Infrastructure as a Service capabilities by acquiring cloud provider iWeb for about $145 million.
Lumos Networks reported that while its Q3 2013 results declined sequentially to $51.6 million from $52.3 million, it saw an uptick in both carrier and enterprise data revenues.
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Ixia is continuing with its acquisition spree with a $190 million cash deal to acquire application and visibility solution vendor Net Optics.
Sprint reported that its wireline revenues of $875 million were driven by sequential increases in both Internet and voice segments.
Level 3 Communications reported that Core Network Services revenue was a key growth factor, rising 1.7 percent sequentially to $1.4 billion.
As the online video market continues to grow rapidly, streaming providers are looking at new ways to package and deliver content to consumers.
Tom Wheeler was confirmed by the Senate on Tuesday as the FCC's new chairman. A former telecom lobbyist and investor, Wheeler was nominated by President Barack Obama in May and will replace acting FCC Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn, who took over the post when Julius Genachowski left earlier this year.
Calix reported that Q3 2013 revenue rose 27 percent to $103.6 million, up from $81.3 million in Q3 2012 due to an uptick in its Unified Access portfolio products to both domestic and international service provider customers.
The FCC is addressing service providers' need to resolve long-distance call completion in rural areas by requiring them to record, retain and report rural call completion data.
Telstra, Australia's incumbent telco, said it was able to transmit up to 100 Mbps of bandwidth over existing copper networks leveraging Alcatel-Lucent's VDSL2 and vectoring technology.