A committee of the Philadelphia City Council has approved Verizon's plan to build a $1 billion FiOS network in the city; the full Council may approve the agreement in two weeks- assuming no other
About a year ago, there was a fair bit of whining from telecom network operators that the federal government Networx communications upgrade program was not producing contracts at a fast enough pace.
During the same week that Verizon Communications said it will embrace femtocells, and not long after it committed to an imminent VoIP rollout, Communications Workers of America officials in New York
The fifth annual "State of the Net" event brought together Congressmen, staffers, lobbyists, subject-matter experts and the media to discuss advances and policy issues affecting the Internet and
Verizon said reports that it would migrate its voice services to all-VoIP within seven years are incorrect. The company said the comments of the Verizon executive quoted in a Bloomberg News story
Telephony has completed a two-part series on a Yankee Group fiber-to-the home status report. FTTH investments are under greater pressure than ever to reap returns as the economy teeters, and the Part
FairPoint Communications is finally ready to complete its long-awaited, previously-delayed network cutover following its acquisition last year of Verizon Communications's wireline properties in New
There are new rumblings that Verizon Communications will go head-to-head against AT&T in North Texas as some industry observers have been predicting. Light Reading has a story claiming Verizon
The two biggest telco TV providers in the U.S. seem to be split on whether or not the federally mandated Feb. 17 digital TV transition should be delayed, as President-elect Barack Obama suggested.
In separate announcements today, AT&T revealed it would carry NHL Network and NHL Network HD on U-verse TV, while Verizon and CBS signed "comprehensive" program carriage agreements covering FiOS