AT&T and Verizon collectively saw strong gains in their next-gen U-verse and FiOS service portfolios, adding a total of 828,000 subscribers during the third quarter. But overall growth in the broadband market has slipped, a Leichtman Research Group study finds.
After months of speculation, Verizon finally pulled the trigger to purchase Vodafone's 45 percent stake in Verizon Wireless for $130 billion. Jim Barthold, editor of FierceIPTV, opines in his latest Editor's Corner that this purchase could signal the end of FiOS as a viable wireline broadband product.
Video services may once have been cable's cash cow for decades, but according to a new Leichtman Research Group report it's clear that AT&T and Verizon are gaining ground in the TV services race
Verizon said in 2012 it invested over $549 million in its California wireline networks and IT infrastructure with a particular focus on expanding its FiOS data and video service.
Fiber to the Home may have the allure of greater bandwidth that a traditional cable or DSL connection can't match, but the analyst community does not agree on how fast it's going to grow.
Despite efforts by the FCC and Congress to expand broadband availability to more consumers and businesses, a new ranking released by Strategy Analytics shows that the U.S. trails the rest of the
FiOS Fiber to the Premise (FTTP)-based service may be Verizon's broadband future, but since it will be years until it can extend fiber to every subscriber in its nationwide footprint, the ILEC is
The State of New Jersey has filed a lawsuit against Verizon Communications, charging that the company's marketing and other aspects of its FiOS broadband and TV services were deceptive. Multichannel