As businesses and wholesale carrier customers migrate away from lower-capacity SDH/SONET services to optical wavelengths, wavelength service prices are dropping fast while lower-capacity circuit prices are moderating.
In today's spotlight, FierceTelecom takes a look at increased spending from telecom providers on optical networking equipment. Purchases of optical networking equipment, including WDM and SONET/SDH,
A group of major incumbent service providers and their vendor partners will hold a global test of Ethernet services over OTN transport, including data and control plane technology during their fifth
The Maryland Broadband Cooperative (MDBC), one of the emerging middle mile network providers extending services to underserved communities in Maryland, is moving forward with plans to build out a
Overture Networks and Hatteras Networks have decided that they would be better off combining their complementary Ethernet resources as a combined company. Financial details of the deal, which is
Qwest (NYSE: Q ) is playing into the business customers' need for high speed dedicated bandwidth with its new optical-based E-Line Ethernet service. Already adopted by managed video transport provider
Buoyed by a surge of customer wins deploying their platforms for new broadband stimulus projects, Calix (NYSE: CALX ) saw its revenue rise to $75.5 million in Q3, up 27 percent from revenue reported
With a number of high profile carriers already tuning into its carrier Ethernet exchange service, CENX is now attacking the lucrative voice market with its Carrier Ethernet Neutral Voice Exchange
Seeing a demand for more higher speed optical bandwidth from its wholesale customers, ITC^DeltaCom is extending the reach of its optical network service into a number of its Southeastern markets.
Wanting to fill in the famous fiber availability gap that every carrier has to deal with in expanding their Ethernet footprint, Intellifiber, a subsidiary of Cavalier Telephone, is now offering