AT&T and Verizon continue to enjoy their status as the two top providers in the U.S. Carrier Ethernet market, but it's clear that cable operators are becoming a bigger factor, according to Vertical Systems Group's latest Ethernet Leaderboard.
Cox Communications has prepared for increased Wi-Fi demand expected at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by installing 200 temporary Wi-Fi access points from Cisco, a top executive at the cable MSO told FierceCable Thursday.
Cox Communications is enhancing its business services capabilities and fiber network footprint in the Tulsa, Okla., market with a move to acquire CLEC EasyTEL.
Competition in the U.S. Ethernet services market continues to heat up. While the top two telcos, AT&T and Verizon remain the dominant Ethernet services players, they face growing competition from CLECs and cable MSOs that are aggressively expanding their fiber footprints to serve SMBs and larger businesses.
Cox Business is extending its growing cloud capabilities through a partnership with colocation provider ViaWest, offering a suite of fiber-based connectivity with colocation and cloud solutions to customers in Las Vegas, Phoenix and Southern California.
Cable operators are becoming a bigger threat in the Ethernet service market, reports Vertical Systems Group in its year-end 2012 Leaderboard, which tracks the top five cable operators based on port share.
Cox Communications on Wednesday launched two new high speed business service tiers in Acadiana, La., with plans to enable other markets later this year and early in 2013.
In today's spotlight, FierceCable managing editor Samantha Bookman interviews Cox Business senior VP Phil Meeks about his strategy for growing the company's annual revenue to $2 billion by 2016.
In the latest installment of On the Hot Seat, FierceTelecom's sister publication FierceCable talks with Phil Meeks, Senior Vice President, Cox Business, about the cable MSO's plans to grow its
By marking $1 billion in annual sales, Cox Business has bunked the idea that a cable company can't deliver quality services to business customers. Having delivered commercial and wholesale