AT&T continues to deepen its U-verse footprint in the Southeast, announcing that between 2012 and 2014, it invested almost $2.8 billion to enhance its local wireline and wireless footprint in Florida.
AT&T is expanding its business service opportunities in Ohio with new fiber installed into an additional 107 multi-tenant buildings throughout the state.
Tower Cloud, a wireless backhaul specialist, is continuing to see ongoing demand from wholesale its customer base in Central Florida, and has responded by adding 782 route miles and upgrading its network to 10 Gbps.
Cablevision's short-lived OMGFAST foray into fixed wireless broadband service--which relied upon licenses the company sold to, and then leased back from, Dish Network--is coming to an end next month.
AT&T is opening two new retail locations in Miami and hiring 235 employees for locations between Key West and Vero Beach, the carrier announced Monday.
C Spire Wireless announced plans to dramatically expand its LTE services in Mississippi as well as roll out LTE in south Alabama and northwest Florida by year's end.
Verizon Communications on Monday said that it spent over $347 million on its wireline networks and IT infrastructure in Florida, including the Tampa Bay area, in 2012.
Verizon on Tuesday reported that rodents that made a home inside one of its fiber cable boxes in Orange County, Fla. caused service disruptions for its wireline and wireless customers located in towns from Tampa to Orlando.
The troubled North Florida Broadband Authority (NFBA) has another hurdle to leap, as a local publication reported that Bradford County, one of the areas slated for a planned $30 million middle mile
The North Florida Broadband Authority's (NFBA) middle mile project, which had broadband its stimulus funds restored, is now back on track and set to go live at the end of March. When it completes the