Sonus has acquired Taqua, giving it a set of complementary Class 5 switching and mobile core network capabilities.

Midco has chosen Infinera’s XTM Series to support metro optical aggregation services and to interconnect its data centers.

CenturyLink is challenging WST's request that the FCC designate it as the incumbent carrier for Oregon's Warm Springs tribal reservation.

Level 3 will shut down more of its TDM-based voice services in the states of Idaho and Washington, but hybrid TDM/IP service customers shouldn't worry.

The OPNFV Project has made its OPNFV Colorado release available to address service providers' ongoing adoption of network functions virtualization.

AT&T has reignited a conversation about broadband over powerline (BPL) technology, announcing plans to start trials of its AirGig service.

Zayo's dark fiber message is resonating with the largest wireless operators, but it is facing new competition from Crown Castle and CS&L.

AT&T is suing Nashville over the recent passing of the Google Fiber-backed "One Touch Make Ready" utility pole attachment ordinance.