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Consolidated's Childers: Our future M&A activity will focus on regional fiber providers, cable assets

Consolidated Communications may still be into its two-year integration of Enventis, but the service provider is not going to rule out other deals if they could provide complementary footprint or reach that would enhance its business and wholesale service capabilities.

TelePacific, AT&T sign TDM-to-IP migration pact

TelePacific Communications has carved out wholesale service terms with its wholesale supplier AT&T designed to help smooth its migration to all IP-based services such as Ethernet and VoIP, while ensuring that legacy TDM services remain available.

Lumos Networks sees 16% rise in wholesale, data service revenues in Q1 2012

Lumos Networks (Nasdaq: LMOS) reported its first-quarter 2012 revenue rose slightly to $51.4 million, up from $51.1 million in Q4 2011, but down year-over-year, from $52.6 million, as competitive...

Alpheus Communications sees uptick in wholesale service sales, plots growth

Alpheus Communications, a Texas-based regional service provider that was purchased by private equity firm The Gores Group last September, is seeing ongoing growth in wholesale service sales as the

TelePacific taps 360networks to expand its Calif. network footprint

TelePacific's move to leverage 360networks' wholesale network service in Chico, Calif. illustrates the service provider's aggressive expansion efforts in its home state. 360networks' wholesale

Momentum gains Caller ID on TV

Wholesale service vendor Momentum has announced that it will include caller ID on TV as part of its private label voice services for cable TV companies starting next month. The announcement was made

Com Net to leverage Cyan for its Western Ohio middle mile project

Com Net, a wholesale service provider serving the Western Ohio market, is employing Cyan's Z-Series packet optical transport platforms and its CyMS management system for its GigE Plus Availability

First Communications enters the Toronto low latency service race

First Communications, a U.S.-based competitive service provider, is taking on the Canadian financial industry's low-latency challenge by expanding its low-latency fiber route to Toronto. Customers

Fujitsu plows ahead with rural broadband network in U.K.

Although there are still questions about cost and availability, Fujitsu's (OTC: FJTSY.PK) planned deployment of a fiber-based network to 5 million rural homes in the U.K. could offer up a lesson in

Syringa Networks establishes Utah network presence

Syringa Networks, a regional wholesale service provider targeting the Idaho-Utah region, has officially lit up its network services in the Utah market. This move follows an announcement it made in