Where do CLECs fit in the Ethernet ecosystem? In the third installment of our series, FierceTelecom takes a look at competitive local exchange carriers that are providing a diverse set of Ethernet services from a multitude of business angles.
Competitive service providers, according to Vertical Systems Group's latest Ethernet Leaderboard, are finding their way into the hearts and minds of the business service market.
Integra Telecom on Wednesday announced during the Channel Partners show in Las Vegas that it has renamed itself "Integra" to illustrate its flexibility to serve the large business customer market segment.
Integra Telecom on Tuesday introduced E-LAN Ethernet services that target medium and large-sized multisite customers that want multipoint-to-multipoint Layer 2 VPN services.
For much of its 30-plus year existence, Integra Telecom was known for its dedication to the SMB market. But in recent years, the service provider realized that assets it purchased in 2005 gave it a set of long-haul and metro fiber assets it could use to build a set of retail and wholesale services for larger customers. CEO Kevin O'Hara talks with Sean Buckley about Integra's emerging service strategies.
Portland, Ore.'s proposal to raise the taxes that wireline service providers pay is facing fire from the state's two dominant telcos, CenturyLink and Frontier Communications.
Integra Telecom has chosen inetwork to support its 911 and SMS requirements related to its nationwide VoIP service expansion effort.
Integra Telecom on Tuesday launched a new dark fiber service, adding another piece to its growing wholesale service puzzle.
Integra Telecom reported on Thursday that Q3 revenues were $149.0 million, up from $148.6 million in Q2 2012. The service provider attributed the revenue growth to ongoing stability in its existing customer base.
Integra Telecom on Tuesday debuted a 60 Mbps symmetrical Ethernet over Copper (EoC) service, extending Ethernet service into areas that it can't currently can't reach with fiber yet.