Enterprises continue to be cautious about spending money on new services and network equipment with vendor revenues for the last four quarters declining, but by less than 1 percent on an annualized basis.
Cisco is finding new fortunes in the cloud infrastructure equipment segment by taking what Synergy Research said was a 15 percent market share during the third quarter, but that dominant spot is facing a formidable challenger from HP, which saw its share rise to nearly 13 percent.
Dutch service providers continue to advance the fiber to the home (FTTH) market, passing nearly 2 million homes at the end of 2013.
Infinera may have been a late bloomer in the broader optical hardware market, but according to a new Infonetics scorecard, it has gained high ratings for innovation, reliability, service and support.
TalkTalk (LSE: TALK), an alternative UK-based wireline broadband service provider, has taken home the undistinguished honor of highest amount of consumer complaints collected by telecom regulator
Data networking is old hat to Equinix's Chief Marketing Officer Jarrett Appleby. In fact, the former CMO of Reliance Globalcom came to Equinix in December 2008 with over 25 years of telecom and
Vertical Systems Group said demand for business Ethernet services went up by 43 percent, when measured in terms of the number of ports. "Tens of thousands" of new business Ethernet service installs
Adtran thinks it can gain market share in these economic downtimes, and the company is going to put more emphasis on increased global sales and raising the company's profile, says Gary Bolton, its
Cablevision and Verizon are locked into a high speed war in New York that many of us hope to see in our back yards real soon. Cablevision has picked up more than 2 million phone customers and is