Windstream wants to turn off the Centrex and BRI-ISDN services in Omaha, Nebraska.
AT&T and Broadcom have entered into a new relationship to drive SDN innovations at the silicon level.
Cincinnati Bell sees potential in acquiring other companies that could enhance its network expansion and IT product set.
Mount Washington, Massachusetts, decided that they needed to rectify the lack of broadband availability by building out their own FTTH network.
Charter sees potential in using some form of fixed wireless to complement its fiber network to reach additional business customers.
Google Fiber’s parent Alphabet has resassigned a number of its employees to other roles in the company.
Cisco remains confident that the service provider industry segment is showing signs of revenue improvement.
A new Missouri backed by the states telcos and cable operators could hinder the growth of municipal broadband.
Cincinnati Bell aims to pass 35,000 new addresses in Cincinnati with Fioptics FTTH service.
Windstream has received all of the state and federal regulatory approvals required to complete its merger with EarthLink.