Verizon Communications' enterprise business continues to weather a challenging economic time, but according to CEO Lowell McAdam, cloud, machine to machine and security represent large opportunities for the telco.
Hybrid cloud services, which offer businesses the option to manage some resources in-house and put others into a cloud, are set to double by 2015, says Infonetics in its latest Cloud Service Strategies: North American Enterprise Survey.
FierceWireless had a chance to tour the newly-renovated Verizon Wireless Innovation Center in San Francisco this week.
The second quarter was good to wireless local area network equipment, as shipments worldwide grew 12 percent over the seasonally slow first quarter, Infonetics Research reports. Cisco and Aruba continued to lead the segment.
Momentum, a St. Louis-based cloud provider, is acquiring Communications Technologies, Inc. subsidiary (CTI) Twist Networks, a move that will help it grow its SIP trunking and managed services business lines.
Verizon EVP and CFO Fran Shammo told investors he recognizes that while cloud services represent a large growth opportunity for them, they need to find a way to differentiate its offering amidst what has become a crowded space.
Netflix announced Thursday that it would offer prize money of $100,000 to innovators who suggest improvements for the streaming video industry giant.
As more traditional telecom service providers are moving to offer cloud utility services, CenturyLink has announced its move into that segment with its new AppGrid private cloud service from its savvisdirect unit, launched last year.
FiberMedia, a growing data center services provider, has launched a new channel partners program to extend its line of cloud and managed business services to a broader customer base.
Will mobility, social media, and a more personal experience drive enterprise communications in 2013? Fred Donovan takes a look at the major trends shaping up in the enterprise communications space.