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FairPoint brings wholesale E-Line service to northern New England

FairPoint Communications (Nasdaq: FRP) is offering up its suite of wholesale Carrier Ethernet E-Line services for Northern New England-based service providers. Leveraging its fiber-based VantagePoint

MegaPath Wholesale extends Ethernet reach via Telx, sheds Covad Wholesale name

Orlando, Fla.--With its former Covad namesake now a memory, the new rebranded MegaPath Wholesale is taking advantage of its recent plans to build out a nationwide Ethernet over Copper (EoC) network

Integra Telecom adds Ethernet over Copper service to boost reach

Integra Telecom may be a fiber-rich service provider, but since it's not economically feasible to deliver fiber-based Ethernet to every building, it's complementing its fiber network with Ethernet

BT will bring ADSL2+ service to additional 2.5M homes, businesses

BT (NYSE: BT) will expand its up to 20 Mbps speed ADSL2+ to about 2.5 million homes and businesses, or 90 percent of the UK population by 2013, up from the 80 percent of homes it originally planned.

BT on track with its 80/20 Mbps FTTC-based service

BT Openreach (NYSE: BT), the wholesale arm of BT that sells service to UK's competitive service providers, has decided to replace its existing 'up to' 40 Mbps/15 Mbps Fiber to the Cabinet

PCCW, Tinet establish joint Ethernet extension partnership

PCCW Global, a subsidiary of Hong Kong's PCCW Ltd., and Tinet, a wholesale IP/Ethernet operator now owned by Neutral Tandem, have effectively "bridged" their Ethernet offerings to provide greater

Cable & Wireless isn't selling its international assets

Cable & Wireless Worldwide (LSE: CW.L) put out the fire on rumors that it is going to sell its international assets. Pacnet, an Asian-based submarine cable operator, made an informal $500 million

Commerce Commission thinks Telecom New Zealand has inflated its network's value

Telecom New Zealand has come under fire by the country's Commerce Commission under charges that it has overstated its last mile network's value and that its financial statements aren't reliable. As

Sprint reduces wireline operating expenses in Q1, but revenue declines 14 percent

Sprint's (NYSE: S) wireline business continues to be impacted by the ongoing falling prices for VoIP services and lower traditional voice business volume. During the quarter, Sprint's wireline

Telstra gets extension to separate its retail and wholesale operations

Telstra's (ASX: TLS) move to break up the company into separate retail and wholesale units is being delayed yet again as the Australian incumbent service provider just got a 90-day extension to turn