About 4,200 residents in and around Sycamore, Ohio, are getting state-of-the-art fiber-fed broadband services thanks to a $4.1 million fiber to the home upgrade that Sycamore Telephone undertook using broadband stimulus funding awarded by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
ADTRAN made a comeback in the first quarter of 2013, reporting gains in both the broadband access and optical segments of its carrier product division.
VDSL2 networks took another step forward as ADTRAN, Alcatel-Lucent and 13 other vendors met at the UNH InterOperability Laboratory in Durham, N.H. to conduct interoperability testing of the ITU-T G.vector standard.
ADTRAN on Tuesday reported that Q4 2012 sales dropped to $139.7 million year-over-year from $175.2 million as service providers and businesses kept a tight rein on spending.
Forthnet, a competitive telco based in Greece, launched a pilot Fiber to the Home service in Athens over which it will offer a triple play bundle to residential and business subscribers.
VDSL2 may be still be the new kid on the DSL service block, but at a time when telcos are looking for more economical ways to deliver higher speed residential broadband data and video, it is an attractive option that more telcos are turning to in their existing markets while building out FTTH in Greenfield markets.
Fiber-based broadband is the ultimate last mile access dream, but there's arguably still strong momentum for hybrid copper/fiber-based VDSL, according to a new Dell'Oro report.
ADTRAN is once again seeing the effects of service providers keeping a tighter rein on their purses in Q2.
Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. (FMTC) is getting ready for future 4G backhaul demands by ratcheting up its support system for Tier 1 mobile operators in the Northwest Ohio market. FMTC, which is a...
ADTRAN ( Nasdaq: ADTN ) is feeling the pain of delayed orders and sluggish seasonal service provider spending patterns. The Huntsville, Ala.-based vendor has forecast revenue for the first quarter of