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Verizon prepares to launch home security service

Verizon (NYSE: VZ) plans to launch a home security and monitoring service on Oct. 11, charging its FiOS subscribers $9.95 monthly for a product that will allow them to monitor their homes through

Seybold's Take: Should Vodafone migrate DSL customers to LTE?

Vodafone Germany announced that it will attempt to migrate its DSL (wired) customers to its LTE wireless broadband network. The move is designed to save Vodafone Germany up to €500 million a

Week in research: VoIP boosts core voice; DSL equipment sales climb

Enterprise VoIP boosts core voice: Emerging IP voice services like SIP trunking and hosted unified communications (UC) helped drive growth in the wireline voice core market, says an Exact Ventures

Vodafone Germany looks to migrate its DSL customers to LTE

Vodafone Germany is looking to persuade up to four million of its broadband DSL subscribers to migrate to LTE. Vodafone Germany CEO Friedrich Joussen said that Vodafone is currently being charged

Satellite-based Internet not adequate to fill broadband gap, says RuMBA report

In areas where service providers can't reach consumers and businesses must use wireline-based broadband satellite service, some service providers are leveraging to bridge the broadband gap. However,

EU wants feedback on next-gen broadband, plans to step up net neutrality actions

Copper-based DSL may still the dominant broadband access technology, the European Union (EU) wants to understand how it can update broadband funding rules to include new technologies such as Fiber to

Verizon eliminates contracts, simplifies pricing for DSL bundles

Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is once again trying to lure new subscribers to its DSL service to compete with cable by eliminating contract fees and simplifying their bundle packages. Looking to simplify its

Verizon CTO: LTE provides in-home broadband opportunity

Verizon (NYSE:VZ) has a strategy to use its LTE network as a DSL replacement, said Dick Lynch, executive vice president and CTO of Verizon, in an interview with GigaOm. "[LTE] provides a real

Argentina's broadband market rose to 5.2 million subscribers in 2010

Argentine residents continue to tune into broadband services. As of the end of 2010, Argentina's Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Censos (INDEC) reported that broadband connections rose to 5.22

Broadband gap widening between metro, rural small businesses, says SBA

Broadband access--or lack thereof--is having a significant impact on small businesses and their ability to compete, according to a new SBA Office of Advocacy report that noted big differences between