Who are 2012's emerging leaders in the competitive service provider space? FierceTelecom takes a look at the influential executives driving change and growth at dynamic CLECs.
Dallas-- Tower Cloud, an alternative wireless backhaul specialist, on Tuesday announced that it completed a 1,225 route network serving the I-75 corridor in South Georgia.
Dallas--Integra Telecom on Monday named Martha Tate as vice president of its wholesale services unit, one of many moves the CLEC is taking to revamp its wholesale business.
Dallas-- Alpheus Communications, a regional CLEC targeting businesses and service providers in the Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston (DASH) area, on Monday extended the reach of its Ethernet service into the Rio Grande Valley.
Dallas--Sidera Networks on Monday started work on a new fiber network that will interconnect all of the major cities in Virginia and other Southeast U.S. markets.
Global Capacity on Monday unveiled a new service solution that will allow business customers to migrate from legacy Frame Relay services to a private IP network solution.
Dallas-- Cbeyond, a CLEC targeting mainly SMBs and medium-sized enterprises, chose BTI Systems' Packet Optical Transport System (P-OTS) and Ethernet platforms to power its new fiber-based cloud service initiative.
Members of the competitive telecom industry, including both regional and nationwide CLECs, wholesalers and vendors, are meeting in Dallas at COMPTEL Fall 2012. Sean Buckley, Senior Editor of FierceTelecom, is on hand covering the conference. Read More
Windstream (Nasdaq: WIN) has answered the call from its wholesale customers for more flexible bandwidth options with its latest Carrier Switched Ethernet offering. Targeting both its wireline and
Alpheus Communications, a Texas-based regional service provider that was purchased by private equity firm The Gores Group last September, is seeing ongoing growth in wholesale service sales as the