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Telekom Austria's A1 squeezes more out of its copper lines with vectoring

Telekom Austria's (NYSE: TKA) A1 subsidiary has found that vectoring technology is another way to extend the life of its copper network to deliver higher speed on its Giga-Network. Built in a hybrid

Windstream breaks ground on Oklahoma broadband stimulus project

Stilwell, Okla. is the latest town that will benefit from Windstream's (Nasdaq: WIN) broadband stimulus program, as the ILEC has begun building out necessary network facilities in the area to deliver

Infonetics: Wireline broadband access equipment sales to reach peak in 2011

As more service providers expanded their respective VDSL and GPON-based networks this year, it drove strong spending in wireline broadband access network equipment. Strong PON spending by China's

Frontier slaps modem support fee on DSL consumers

Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR) has begun charging its customers a mandatory modem fee with no option to purchase. As reported in Broadband DSL Reports citing one of its forum readers, the fee,

CenturyLink to implement usage caps on DSL users

CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) is the latest service provider to meter how much bandwidth their DSL consumers use every month. Citing a supposed memo posted by a user in its broadband forum, a Broadband DSL

Frontier sheds 10,000 FiOS TV subscribers in Q3

Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR) is making progress at removing what the company has described as unprofitable FiOS subscribers from its books, reporting that it lost 9,900 FiOS TV subscribers and

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