Kurt Van Wagenen, CEO of FirstLight, shares his thoughts about his first days on the job and his views on growing opportunities in wholesales and business services.
Alpheus Communications has enhanced its standing in the growing Ethernet over Copper (EoC) race by expanding its network presence 36 percent to serve 129,000 business locations in Southern Texas.
The connected car concept may be the talk of the town in the wireless industry, but it also has relevance to the wireline industry with Ethernet set to play a starring in-vehicle networking role.
Frontier is increasing the value of its Ethernet portfolio by adding a new QoS capability that enables traffic prioritization capability based on user-defined applications and two new Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) service tiers.
FierceTelecom is counting down the story lines that shaped the telecom industry in 2013. From special access battles to new networking standards, find out what issues dominated the headlines.
How much does Carrier Ethernet service cost? That's like asking how much a car costs. The answer is similar--it depends on what you need and what you can afford to spend.
AT&T is making its fiber-based network service capabilities available to more California-based businesses by completing the installation of its fiber to over 450 multi-tenant office buildings throughout the San Francisco metro area.
Carrier Ethernet 2.0 provides a new global standard making it simpler and faster for service providers to interconnect and meet the growing demand for Carrier Ethernet services at locations that ar
EarthLink Carrier, the service provider's wholesale division, has completed what it says is the first phase of building out its new wholesale T-1 and Ethernet product offering in the Southeast U.S. market. These new services will likely appeal to other service providers trying to fulfill out-of-franchise business service opportunities.
Ethernet continues to outpace legacy T1 and other lower speed business access services, and is expected to contribute more than 75 percent of total global business bandwidth by 2017, according to a new Vertical Systems Group report.