AT&T and Verizon may be the dominant players in the Ethernet services market, but they increasingly are facing a set of savvy cable and CLEC competitors that are expanding their Ethernet service presence.
Alaska Communications is now offering its existing and new business customers a Carrier Ethernet 2.0-based Business Ethernet Services line.
Hibernia Networks is beefing up its IP and Ethernet services portfolio by purchasing Atrato IP Networks, a provider of IP transit and carrier services.
AT&T may be the dominant Ethernet provider, but according to Vertical Systems Group's latest U.S. Ethernet Leaderboard report, it is facing a growing challenge from cable operators and CLECs.
Lumos Networks has introduced its Ethernet Commercial Reserve E-Line Service that will address a mix of business service and wholesale fiber to the tower applications.
tw telecom is helping its retail enterprise customers satisfy their bandwidth needs with the introduction of an alerts-driven dynamic capacity capability for its Ethernet bandwidth-on-demand option.
Global Capacity has expanded the its core network with over 30 Gbps of bandwidth between its One Marketplace Points of Presence as a way to better respond to its carrier and enterprise customers' growing needs.
MegaPath has introduced a new asymmetric 50/10 Mbps Ethernet service in an effort to challenge cable operators that are expanding the reach of Ethernet services to business customers.
tw telecom has added a 40G and 100G Ethernet option to meet the requirements of larger business customers, including the financial and public sector verticals where the adoption of Big Data applications is growing rapidly.
AT&T's Ethernet services are finding utility with a number of K-12 local schools and school districts that need higher bandwidth to comply with statewide online assessments and satisfy the growing presence of mobile devices and distance learning programs.