Whether you look at the corporate earnings report's bottom line or the corporate letterhead's top lines, it is clear that wireless is overtaking wireline as the telecom industry chief growth engine.
Heading into 2008 one of the most-asked questions in the U.S. telco TV sector was: How should telco TV service providers deal with over-the-top Internet video content? That question was batted around
Ongoing subscriber growth gave the world's IPTV service providers plenty to cheer about in 2008, so it's no surprise that several of FierceIPTV's most-viewed stories in 2008 revolved around market
AT&T announced expansion of its U-Verse offering to small businesses in 70 of its current markets. The package will include its high-speed 18 Mbps internet service and static IP addresses for
Just in case you thought otherwise, a world teetering on economic uncertainty has not forgotten about telecom technology innovation, or, more specifically, demonstrations of big-time bandwidth.
Verizon Communications has recently seen its efforts to offer TV service in Philadelphia delayed by that city's government, but the Washington, D.C., city council just gave the telco better news: It
Verizon's push to have a FiOS franchise in Philadelphia by the end of 2008 has been bogged down in city committee meetings and a play by a minority-owned cable company to get into the action. Wilco
A month and a half after the Multi-Service Forum's Global MultiService Interoperability (GMI) 2008 event, one of the major outcomes of the event is the progress made in testing IPTV capabilities over
Cable TV and telco executives already have been making news at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference this week, and here's more: AT&T Operations president and CEO John Stankey said
Wilmington's home town newspaper and Verizon have squared off on Verizon's FiOS negotiation tactics. A December 1 editorial in the News Journal accused Verizon of either wanting to "crash the deal or