Telecom Italia on Tuesday said it has launched its Fiber to the Cabinet (FTTC) services in three cities this month—Rome, Turin and Naples.
Providers of fixed broadband in Japan are being forced to drop their prices in order to attract customers that are signing up for cheaper and more convenient mobile LTE services instead, according to an analyst.
Bell Aliant on Thursday placed Amherst, Nova Scotia on the growing list of areas where its FibreOP Fiber to the Home service is available.
Deutsche Telekom on Friday became the latest traditional wireline provider to consider DSL with vectoring to increase the speeds it can deliver over its existing copper plant.
BTES, a municipally-owned electric utility, on Monday became the latest utility to jump on the Gbps-based FTTH bandwagon, offering 1 Gbps services to all of its residential and business electric customers.
Wind Italy and Vodafone Italy on Monday signed separate wholesale service agreements with Metroweb in which they will leverage its Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network in Milan to provide broadband services to consumers and businesses.
Google on Thursday named the Dub's Dread neighborhood of Kansas City as the next "fiberhoood," or area where it is going to deploy its FTTH service.
Bell Aliant on Thursday invested CAD 750,000 (USD 760,000) to extend its Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network to about 1,500 homes and businesses in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Carriers are still making good money on their fixed broadband networks and services, but they're in a financial bind when it comes time to spend money to upgrade and/or improve those networks.
Comcast on Thursday revealed plans that it will soon offer a 305 Mbps/65 Mbps speed tier over a point-to-point Ethernet-based Fiber to the Home network.