Canada's Shaw Communications said it has agreed to acquire broadband Internet service provider ENMAX Envision from Canadian electric utility ENMAX Corporation for about $225 million.
European service providers' ongoing effort to install more fiber into buildings to accommodate business services drove up availability to 20.5 percent of commercial buildings throughout the region.
A new comScore report says that 20 percent of all U.S.-based, browser-based business Internet traffic as of September 2011 came from AT&T (NYSE: T). Not far behind Ma Bell were Verizon (NYSE: VZ)
Hawaiian Telcom's (Nasdaq: HCOM) former troubles continue to be nothing more than a footnote in its history, but ongoing landline losses drove down Q3 revenues to $97 million, down from $101.5
BT (NYSE: BT) is extending its One Voice anywhere voice application service to its U.S.-based multisite business customers in an effort to help businesses save on costly wireless roaming charges.
Enventis, the business services subsidiary of independent telco HickoryTech (Nasdaq: HTCO), has made its official move into the telepresence market with its TelePresence Video solution.
Zayo is adding Telx's Ethernet exchange to its Ethernet expansion toolbox as a complement its own organic fiber network growth. Rendering of Telx's Atlanta data center at 56 Marietta St.
Integra Telecom continues to be aggressive with building out its network to serve both SMBs and increasingly larger business customers and its latest $11 million investment in Colorado, Minnesota,
SureWest (Nasdaq: SURW) may be known as one of the early Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) pioneers, but its new agreement with NetStandard to offer managed services to business customers in Kansas City
Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) is serious about the cloud service market and is now acquiring Burlington, Mass.-based cloud software provider CloudSwitch. Verizon said that the acquisition of