Hawaiian Telcom

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Hawaiian Telcom Q4 results driven by strong IPTV gains

Hawaiian Telcom may not be the largest IPTV provider, but its effort to increase its service footprint paid off in Q4 and drove up its growing consumer segment 4 percent to $35 million.

Hawaiian Telcom wraps up its $13 million acquisition of Wavecom Solutions

Hawaiian Telcom on Monday completed its acquisition of Honolulu-based CLEC Wavecom Solutions after receiving state and federal regulatory approvals.

Hawaiian Telcom and union ratify five-year agreement

Hawaiian Telcom on Friday overcame a long battle with its union employees, who voted to ratify a five-year collective bargaining agreement.

Hawaiian Telcom names Scott Barber as its new COO

Hawaiian Telcom on Wednesday announced that it has hired Scott Barber as its new Chief Operating Officer.

Hawaiian Telcom Q3 next-gen revenue gains offset by 5.6% decline in voice access lines

Hawaiian Telcom reported on Thursday that Q3 2012 revenue was $96.6 million, down year-over-year from $97.0 million in Q3 2011.

Hawaiian Telcom adds HD-based TV JAPAN to IPTV lineup

Hawaiian Telcom on Wednesday added TV JAPAN to its growing IPTV channel lineup, making it the latest high definition channel it now offers to its Oahu IPTV customer base.

Hawaiian Telcom employs Intrado for next-gen 911 services

Hawaiian Telcom on Wednesday selected Intrado to upgrade its network infrastructure to provide next-generation 911 products and services to public safety answering points (PSAPs) and residents throughout the state.

Hawaiian Telcom cleared of union's unfair labor charges by the NLRB

Hawaiian Telcom on Tuesday overcame another challenge in its ongoing negotiations with its union workforce as the National Labor Relations Board "conclusively" dismissed the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers' unfair labor practices charge.

Hawaiian Telcom reports rise in business, consumer revenue; overall revenue declines to $94M

Hawaiian Telcom reported on Thursday that even though the telco's Q2 2012 revenue declined slightly due to ongoing access line loss, it saw continual gains in both consumer and business service revenue.

Level 3 to offer local voice services in Alaska and Hawaii

Level 3 Communications is now offering area businesses in Alaska and Hawaii a new option for voice services, expanding its voice service portfolio to offer customers local phone numbers.