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Level 3 brings fiber network to Tulane University

Level 3 Communications on Monday won a contract to provide its network services to Tulane University in New Orleans.

Texas A&M-San Antonio completes $9.6M BTOP fiber project

Texas A&M University's San Antonio campus now has even more bandwidth to conduct business as on Tuesday it wrapped up construction of a new $9.6 million fiber network connection for its new South Side campus facility.

EarthLink expands data center, fiber network footprint

EarthLink on Tuesday set forth plans to simultaneously expand its core fiber and IP-based network and build out four additional data centers to support its emerging cloud hosting platform.

Dormant Manchester UK fiber network finds new life

Gamma, a UK-based competitive provider, on Friday found treasure in a fiber network that's been lying dormant for over 10 years.

Tower Cloud brings fiber reach into South Georgia

Dallas-- Tower Cloud, an alternative wireless backhaul specialist, on Tuesday announced that it completed a 1,225 route network serving the I-75 corridor in South Georgia.

EarthLink lights up Memphis-to-Chicago long-haul route

EarthLink on Tuesday unveiled an initiative to expand its network with a Memphis, Tenn.-to-Chicago long-haul fiber route that it said is set to be completed by the end of the year.

eircom maps out phase 3 of its FTTx initiative

eircom, Ireland's incumbent telco, on Monday unveiled the next locations for the third phase of its ongoing Fiber to the x (FTTx) broadband project.

Orange Poland to deploy 1,800 km of fiber under EU's Kujawsko-Pomorskie program

Telekomunikacja Polska (TP), Poland's incumbent service provider that now offers services under France Telecom's Orange Poland brand, has appointed partner Relacom to create a consortium to construct 1,800 km of fiber throughout the country.

Why bother with fiber? Here's a few reasons

A recent Forbes column pointed out that Google's FTTP build in Kansas City was ambitious, expensive, and potentially a money-loser for the Internet search giant. But what is the true cost of not building it?

Mexico to hold new fiber infrastructure auctions

Felipe Calderon, Mexico's President, plans to hold a new auction for state-owned fiber lines in an effort to expand the availability of fiber-based broadband services throughout the country. The...