China will continue to be a dominant country for the Internet, with China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) reporting that the user base will reach 800 million in 2015.
Telecom Italia is seeking the help of Morgan Stanley on finding the best method to spin off its wireline network in an effort to raise more capital for the company and fund its FTTx projects.
Google's FTTH network isn't just about Kansas City, Mo., company chairman Eric Schmidt proclaimed on Wednesday at the New York Times ' Dealbook Conference.
Google may have caught the hearts and minds of the broadband public with its 1 Gbps FTTH service, but Rob Marcus, Time Warner Cable's COO questioned whether there's an immediate demand for such speed.
Forthnet, a competitive telco based in Greece, launched a pilot Fiber to the Home service in Athens over which it will offer a triple play bundle to residential and business subscribers.
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.