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Verizon's McAdam: We are talking to other cities about FiOS deployments

Verizon changed its FiOS buildout tune in April when it announced it would bring FiOS to Boston via a $300 million, six-year investment plan. Now, the telco is indicating other cities could be in line for a similar build.

Verizon: We'll grandfather in XO's Ethernet over Copper services... probably

Current XO Communications business services customers that want to continue using its Ethernet over Copper services after Verizon takes over the company's assets may be able to do so-- depending on several factors. That's according to a Verizon filing with the FCC that addresses how it will deal with legacy infrastructure following the acquisition.

CenturyLink, Verizon, XO say reliability is challenge in implementing SDN, NFV

DALLAS-- CenturyLink, Verizon and XO Communications are chasing the SDN and NFV path for their networks, but the challenge for embedded providers in making this transition is maintaining reliability, particularly for business customers.

Verizon says XO deal will not hinder competition for Windstream, other CLECs

Verizon says its pending acquisition of XO Communications' assets will enhance the services it provides to enterprise and wholesale customers, refuting arguments made by Windstream and Transbeam that the deal will hinder the Ethernet over Copper and business data services industry segments.

Grading the top pay TV and wireline providers in the first quarter

Now that the first quarter 2016 earnings season is complete,  FierceTelecom and FierceCable are taking a look at the results of the top U.S. ILECs and pay-TV operators. The first quarter was a time of great transition and transformation for most of these service providers.

Verizon's 5G plans could spell dark fiber opportunities for Zayo, Level 3, others

Verizon's recent move to establish an agreement with Boston and its pending purchase of XO's fiber network shows that it seeing a new value in fiber assets.

AT&T, Verizon, and competitive providers remain divided on dark fiber, but interest is rising

Dark fiber may be remembered as a product of the.com age where competitive providers built out networks speculatively, but it's clearly back in telecom style. However, unlike the late 1990s build-it-and-they-will-come drive, dark fiber demand is today being driven by new service drivers-- small cell backhaul, data center connectivity and the FCC E-Rate program.

Level 3 maintains lead over Verizon amid roiling competitive Ethernet segment

With tw telecom firmly under its belt, Level 3 has maintained its lead over Verizon and a host of traditional competitive providers in the Ethernet race.

Verizon's Shammo says XO deal enriches wireless densification, enterprise sales

Verizon is confident that its acquisition of XO Communications' fiber assets will give it an array of new dark fiber facilities that can satisfy its wireless densification efforts and enhance its enterprise business.

Level 3's Patel says Verizon-XO deal means less competition in 10G, 100G markets

Level 3 Communications isn't afraid of the rapidly consolidating fiber service market and the company sees Verizon's recent purchase of XO's fiber network as a potential opportunity to compete for business with other enterprises and carriers.