AT&T, BT and other traditional telcos' move to migrate more of their customers off TDM-based T1 and E1 access to IP-based services like Ethernet is expected to create a bountiful market opportunity for EFM (Ethernet in the first mile) bonded copper and fiber Ethernet access devices (EADs) vendors.
CenturyLink and Windstream have both come a long way from their traditional rural telco roots by becoming larger factors in the U.S. incumbent Ethernet services market.
Virtual network operator GTT has added Tokyo to its list of international destinations by establishing a point of presence in Japan's capitol city to provide multinational corporations a connection point into Asia.
Orange Business may be the dominant global Ethernet provider, but a new Vertical Systems Group report reveals that BT's star is rising in the global Ethernet ecosystem.
Equinix (Nasdaq: EQIX) and Neutral Tandem's (Nasdaq: TNDM) new partnership to provide a single point of contact for Ethernet services reflects the service provider's move to extend their service
Lightower Fiber Networks is putting its 100G network to work with a series of 100G-capable optical services, including Ethernet and managed wavelengths, for its enterprise and service provider
tw telecom (Nasdaq: TWTC) is finding that its mix of Ethernet and VPNs continues to be the right combination for success as the service provider reported that Q3 revenue grew total revenue 1.8
When it comes to accessing dedicated IP/MPLS, Ethernet access (E-Access) is gaining ground on traditional legacy circuit technology. According to new research conducted by Vertical Systems Group,
Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) aggressive global network buildout into international countries, especially the Asia-Pacific region, has gotten the attention of IDC, which named the telco a top player in its
Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT) has won a five-year contract to empower the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) with a new set of networking capabilities. Robinson