Bell Aliant is dedicating $11.6 million in capital to bring its FibreOP fiber to the home service to an additional 21,000 homes and businesses in Newfoundland.
GPON may be the top fiber to the home technology, but a new report from Informa says that interoperability and certification of network elements will drive further expansion of multi-vendor networks.
AT&T and Charter Communications will now have to deal with another fiber to the home competitor in Alabama as Opelika Power Services got city council approval for the rates on its new set of broadband services.
CenturyLink has named Las Vegas as the next location for its 1 Gbps-capable fiber to the home broadband service.
Verizon wants Massachusetts lawmakers to see it as a tech company with a phone service, but it might have a hard time proving its case thanks to a commercial that touts its biggest technology play, FiOS, in a city where it's unavailable, Boston.
C Spire, an alternative wireless and business services provider, is the latest service provider to enter the 1 Gbps fiber to the home arena with a focus on serving the Mississippi market.
AT&T hasn't given an exact timeline when they will start offering consumers 1 Gbps-capable fiber to the home services in Austin, but the company is keen on replicating the model in other markets.
Google Fiber's 1 Gbps Fiber to the Home (FTTH) initiative is still in an embryonic state, but it's clearly having an effect on how other service providers price and package their broadband offerings.
Google's 1 Gbps fiber to the premises buildout may only be a blip on the broadband screen, but the one thing it has done is tout the importance of bandwidth speeds to consumers. And that's drawn the attention of Tier 1 providers and cable operators alike.
Bell Aliant continued to make progress with its FibreOP fiber to the home rollout in Q2, passing an additional 45,000 premises to reach a total of 725,000 premises as of the end of June.