Alpheus Communications, a Texas-based CLEC focused on the Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston (DASH) area, on Wednesday acquired Net Star Telecommunications, a Houston-based data center service provider.
FairPoint Communications on Tuesday won a four-year, $16 million contract to provide connectivity for the New England Telehealth Consortium (NETC).
As more providers roll out Ethernet Virtual Private LAN Service, prices are falling, but the lack of service maturity and availability make it a very expensive option in developing regions.
Whether standalone entities or branch offices of large enterprises, medium-sized business establishments have been the neglected stepsisters of the telecom services market. Now, those businesses are moving in a major way to Carrier Ethernet services, thanks to improved quality and reliability as service providers finally overcome tough technical obstacles to delivery.
tw telecom reported on Monday that Q3 2012 earnings rose $24.4 million, or 7.1 percent year-over-year, to $368.9 million, compared to $344.5 million in Q3 2011, due to a rise in enterprise customer revenue.
Pricing for local access circuits, which are used to connect a business customer's site to its service provider's network in the city it operates in, aren't based on an exact science, but rather are determined by local market conditions, a new TeleGeography study indicates.
Right in time for next week's COMPTEL trade show in Dallas, FairPoint Communications has launched its new Carrier Ethernet Services (CES) 2.0 service.
BT on Monday won a $100 million global managed services deal with British American Tobacco, illustrating that it can effectively compete in the growing consumer packaged goods (CPG) segment.
Alpheus Communications, a competitive business-focused service provider operating in Texas, on Tuesday said it has seen a strong increase in agents joining its channel program.
Telstra on Monday introduced a set of wholesale offerings for Australia-based customers under its new "Data Advantage" product line.