From next-generation video services such as Comcast's Xfinity X1 to apps running on Microsoft's Xbox 360 and connected TVs from Samsung, cable operators began transitioning to IP video delivery this year. We're taking a look at some of the biggest trends of 2012 in this special issue of FierceCable .
As the year 2012 comes to a close, FierceTelecom is once again taking a look back at the major trends that took place this year in the wireline segment of the telecom industry. For today's issue of FierceTelecom , we are serving up our fourth annual Year in Review issue.
Now that we're entering into the final days of 2012, Fred Donovan, Editor of FierceEnterpriseCommunications , is listing the dominant storylines of the past year.
The hunt for more spectrum has always been a top agenda item for the mobile wireless industry, but it received a big boost from Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski in 2010.
In January, it was the talk of the industry. The U.S. government was poised to issue the bulk of the $7.2 billion in grants and loans to push affordable broadband services into the rural areas of the
Back in March, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said he thought the wireless industry would adopt usage-based pricing models for mobile data . He was right. It became a reality in the U.S. as operators
Much to the chagrin of major network infrastructure suppliers, Chinese vendor Huawei blazed a trail across the globe to win the lion's share of LTE contracts worldwide. While the vendor's strategy to