Verizon may be aggressively bringing fiber to the home (FTTH) services into multi-dwelling units (MDUs)--particularly in areas like New York City--but the segment has a number of unique attributes.
AT&T is giving more businesses in the St. Louis area the opportunity to access higher speed services such as Ethernet by extending their fiber network to over 200 multi-tenant buildings.
AT&T may be more conservative on the fiber to the premises (FTTP) front, but it has been finding a growing niche for fiber-based broadband in Greenfield developments and its new agreement with Dewhirst Properties in Knoxville, Tenn., is no different.
AT&T is making its latest fiber to the premises network move with plans to deliver services to a number of new apartment homes in Atlanta, Austin and Orlando.
Cbeyond, a competitive cloud service provider, on Wednesday said its Ethernet footprint now reaches over 190,000 multi-tenant units (MTUs) in the United States.
Having continually honed its FiOS MDU installation processes, Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is expanding its "hyperlocal" marketing and awareness effort for its FiOS TV and Internet offerings to target young
BT (NYSE: BT) has completed trials on new Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) technology in the Saint Agnes, Cornwall area that it claims can deliver fiber on demand to a home or business in an area already
BT (NYSE: BT) Openreach has made MDUs, particularly apartment complexes, the latest focus of its ongoing Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) buildout plan. Targeting areas located in the path of its
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) President and CEO Lowell McAdam made it clear this week during the UBS Warburg conference that they have a set a goal to where they ultimately want to reach in building out FiOS
Hyperoptic has kept to its promise to launch its 1 Gbps Fiber to the Premises (FTTP)-based service this month in London with plans to extend the service to additional UK-based cities in 2012.