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Ericsson extends managed service relationship with Telefonica Brazil

Ericsson's (NasdaqGS: ERIC) focus on providing managed services to other service providers continues to pay off as Telefonica Brazil has awarded the Swedish vendor a three-year managed services

Telstra has until the end of June to decide on its NBN role

Time is ticking for Telstra and its involvement in Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) project. Telstra now has until the end of June to reach an agreement with the government. This deadline

Fastweb, Vodafone, Wind to build open access network

Italian competitive broadband providers Fastweb, Wind and Vodafone's Italian unit are leveraging their own strength in numbers to construct an open access last mile fiber network in Italy for $3.16

Windstream Q1: broadband up, line loss declines

Windstream (NasdaqGS: WIN) might not have a wireless business to fall back on, but that did not seem to matter in Q1 2010 as the tier two provider's prospects improved with broadband subscriber

Macomb County Michigan turns to Waveform Technology for network redundancy

With 53 buildings, school districts and city halls connected to its MACnet fiber-based network, Macomb County, Mich. is no slouch in the fiber department. But to maintain network redundancy, the

Cameron Communications taps BTI Systems to extend fiber network in Texas, Louisiana

Cameron Communications, which provides telecom services--including IPTV, video-on-demand services and broadband--to residents, schools, libraries, municipalities and businesses in Texas and

CenturyLink, Qwest merger consolidates more of the landline market

With its $22.4 billion stock bid to acquire Qwest Communications (NYSE: Q), CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) snaps up of the last remaining independent remnants of the former Bell System. The deal comes

Velocity Telephone launches metro ring FTTX network

If you're looking to get a 1 Gbps Fiber to the X (FTTX) connection, you should take a look at Eagan, MN where local Velocity Telephone is putting a new spin on the FTTX concept by building what it is

Level 3 drives down latency for financial centers

Level 3 is heeding the financial trading industry's call to drive out network latency by enhancing the performance and service options on its fiber network between New York and Chicago--two major

GTA TeleGuam protests IT&E's $8 million broadband stimulus award

GTA TeleGuam's protest against Philippines-based IT&E's $8 million broadband stimulus grant to build a competing network in Guam is yet another sign that the Obama administration's broadband