Wilcon, a Southern California-based competitive provider, has put the final touches on a new fiber optical network for Los Angeles Center Studios.
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United Fiber & Data has put the final touches on its northern New Jersey fiber network build, reaching through Harrison, across the Passaic River and landing on the banks of Newark.
TeliaSonera International Carrier is responding to the growing demand for bandwidth from its growing mix of carrier and social media company customers by adding 11,500 dark fiber miles to its network.
While cable subscriber numbers are still much higher at 93 million worldwide, IPTV is posting steady gains, an Infonetics Research report says. The largest boost is in Asia, with China Telecom boasting 22 million IPTV subscribers.
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Lumos Networks continues to make progress with its "edge-out" market strategy to expand its fiber network by completing the launch of metro Ethernet in Richmond, Va., and the upgrade of its fiber assets in Western Pennsylvania.
The State of Delaware and cloud service provider IPR have introduced the Wilmington Network Access Point, a statewide fiber- and cloud-based network built with partners such as Windstream and Comcast Business to provide services to local businesses.
Zayo has added FiberLink, a Midwest-based service provider to its growing acquisition shopping basket, a move that immediately enhances its dark fiber service set. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Zayo announced its new zTech services suite, which targets the professional services market segment by addressing the need for building, designing, and supporting private fiber networks.