Even as it awaits final approval of its pending Mediaroom acquisition from Microsoft, Ericsson is getting some good news. TDS Telecom has said it's not only sticking with the IPTV platform but is updating it to give subscribers more features and control.
IPTV services continued to drive business for North American telcos according to first quarter earnings results released this week.
TDS Telecom has begun building two more of its American Recovery and Reinvestment Act broadband stimulus projects in Kentucky and Mississippi, bringing broadband services to nearly 1,200 users.
Cable overbuilder WideOpenWest dominated a Consumer Reports survey of the top cable TV, high-speed Internet and phone providers. In addition to being ranked the trop triple-play provider, WOW tied Verizon FiOS as the No. 1 TV provider, and it was ranked the second-best phone provider.
Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. on Tuesday reached an agreement to acquire Alamogordo, N.M.-based cable operator Baja Broadband for $267.5 million, giving it an expanded base of video, data and business customers.
TDS, Inc. reported fourth-quarter 2012 revenue of $1.34 billion, up 2 percent from $1.31 billion in Q4 2011 due to gains in both consumer and managed business services.
TDS Hosted and Managed Services (TDS HMS) on Tuesday announced it has achieved the Cisco Cloud and Managed Services Master Certification.
TDS said on Wednesday that it's on track with its IPTV service, incrementally adding customers in the seven markets it currently serves.
TDS Telecom on Thursday said its first American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) stimulus-funded broadband Internet project in Chatham, Mich., is almost complete.
Dave Wittwer, president of TDS Telecom, reiterated the company's dedication to bring its IPTV service to more communities this year and throughout 2013 during the recent TelcoTV Conference in Las Vegas.