Global Capacity has put the final touches on its acquisition of MegaPath's wholesale business, enhancing its wholesale and Dedicated Access customer base.
DALLAS—Global Capacity is enhancing its effort to extend services into harder to reach rural areas by establishing a new arrangement with INDATEL, a middle mile network consortium that provides fiber-based Ethernet services in Tier 2 and 3 markets.
MegaPath's sale of its wholesale business to Global Capacity may not be the largest deal in the competitive service provider industry, but it's notable in that it allows it to become a managed and cloud services specialist.
Global Capacity, a connectivity service provider, is upping its network reach by signing an agreement to acquire MegaPath's Network Services business unit.
MegaPath is playing into the trend that its customers want to have more control over service turn-up by giving them the option to choose Self-Installation, which is backed by an industry-first 7-day service level agreement (SLA).
MegaPath has introduced its new Unified Communications (UC) service, enabling it to target the growing mobile nature of its business clients.
MegaPath has introduced a new voice service called Enterprise Shared Voice targeting multi-site businesses that need to share call capacity, calling plans and voice technologies throughout all of their locations.
AT&T's decision to raise special access rates is drawing fire from a group of wireless operators and CLECs that say the move is an abuse of its dominant position.
MegaPath is continuing its aggressive buildout of Ethernet over Copper, extending the service to an additional 208 ILEC central offices.
MegaPath has introduced a new asymmetric 50/10 Mbps Ethernet service in an effort to challenge cable operators that are expanding the reach of Ethernet services to business customers.