Internap, an IT and managed service provider, is enhancing its SMB Infrastructure as a Service capabilities by acquiring cloud provider iWeb for about $145 million.
The latest research from Akamai's quarterly State of the Internet report indicates that distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks reported by its customers rose 54 percent between the first and second quarter of 2013. Of the 318 DDOS incidents reported, 134 were enterprise customers, making them a leading target of such attacks.
Service providers and emerging over the top video players have always had a contentious relationship, but cable operators and telcos can use their networks to drive a good user experience.
Verizon Global Wholesale is stepping out of its traditional fat pipe zone with the introduction of managed security and IP wireless access services.
AT&T's Federal Government unit added another customer to its win column as it was awarded a $31 million contract to provide managed VPN services to 93 Dept. of Housing and Urban Development sites.
AT&T and systems integrator CSC have established a strategic alliance to deliver a joint cloud service solution for their global enterprise customers.
Momentum, a St. Louis-based cloud provider, is acquiring Communications Technologies, Inc. subsidiary (CTI) Twist Networks, a move that will help it grow its SIP trunking and managed services business lines.
Sprint is taking its partnership with CSC to another level with the introduction of its new infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) service called CloudCompute.
TDS Telecom, the wireline subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems, reported that first-quarter 2013 results rose to $217 million as it expanded its TDS TV service to more residential customers and new sales of its managed IP products to business customers.
Sprint has begun offering its large business customers a new bundled service package that includes managed networking, MPLS transport, and CPE that it says will provide greater simplicity and better visibility into their networks.