New York City's subway system is slowly but surely getting expanded underground wireless coverage via a distributed antenna system (DAS) being deployed by Transit Wireless.
Verizon Communications is teaming with New York City to test a way to more quickly deploy fiber in the city. According to Bloomberg, this pilot program will use a technique called "micro-trenching" that will allow Verizon to carve shallow grooves in the ground to deploy fiber.
With many New York communities still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a coalition on Wednesday asked the state to mandate that telcos and utility companies have a sound plan in place to ensure that their critical systems are protected during storms and other environmental events.
Optical Communications Group, a competitive fiber provider, on Tuesday announced that its fiber services are available in 50 new buildings in Lower Manhattan.
Updated: Websites like Huffington Post, Gizmodo, Gawker and New York City's government site went down Monday night after a storm surge caused by Superstorm Sandy flooded lower Manhattan, temporarily shutting down the 60 Hudson Street data center facility.
New York City believes the best way attract more high tech startups is to give them a fiber connection, so on Friday the city announced a contest whereby New York-based startups can compete to get a fiber-based broadband connection.
New York City is looking to capitalize on the broadband growth within its technology sectors by encouraging further buildout of fiber and improving connectivity for both businesses and private citizens through a series of new initiatives.
Orlando, Fla.--With its former Covad namesake now a memory, the new rebranded MegaPath Wholesale is taking advantage of its recent plans to build out a nationwide Ethernet over Copper (EoC) network
Clearwire, and its wholesale partners/owners Sprint Nextel and Time Warner Cable, announced what they call a significant expansion of Clearwire's WiMAX network footprint and capacity upgrades for
AT&T ( NYSE:T ) is embarking on a five-year initiative to provide free Wi-Fi service at 26 locations in 20 New York City parks across five boroughs. While AT&T is leveraging Wi-Fi as an