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.
AT&T and Verizon, according to Gartner's Magic Quadrant report on managed hosting providers in North America, have established themselves as key players in the segment.
Savvis, CenturyLink's cloud and data center subsidiary, was named as one of the top managed hosting providers in North America on Gartner's Magic Quadrant where it is directly competing with AT&T and Verizon.
The boom may be over for the managed network services market, which will see its compound annual growth rate take on a moderate pace of just 7 percent between 2012 and 2018, an ABI Research report forecasts.
Home automation as we know it has been around for two decades, but in 2013, it may finally come into its own, with analysts predicting a compound annual growth rate of as much as 45 percent. But what's driving the projected growth in home automation? And what could stop that growth in its tracks?
Windstream Hosted Solutions, the telecom service provider's data center and managed hosting subsidiary, is building a third data center in Durham, N.C.
Cincinnati Bell ( NYSE: CBB ) on Tuesday named Ruckus Wireless as its WiFi vendor of choice, and will use its products to support three of its managed WiFi offerings: enterprise managed services, Wi-Fi hotspot and emerging metro public access.
Cloud-based unified communications, or UCaaS, has become the latest fashion craze in the cloud services market. Initially, UCaaS was an attractive option for SMBs. But now, it's getting the attention of larger multisite enterprises that see value in deploying services via the cloud versus investing in infrastructure and equipment.