CCMI, a unit of Simplify Compliance, is adding fiber location services to its roster by buying NEF’s FiberLocator.
Verizon is fighting back against claims made in a ZDNet report that there was a large breach of its customers’ data.
Cincinnati Bell's CEO says it will be well-positioned to pursue new SD-WAN and UCaaS opportunities after buying OnX and Hawaiian Telcom.
Windstream has appointed Layne Levine as president of its enterprise business unit.
Westell has named Matthew Brady as the company’s new president and CEO.
CenturyLink has gotten the blessing from four additional state regulators for its pending Level 3 acquisition.
Sprint has been ordered by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to pay CenturyLink $13.7 million in unpaid VoIP connection fees.
AT&T wireline employees represented by the CWA union in California and Nevada did not get enough votes to approve a new tentative agreement.
CenturyLink has stopped its one-year DSL usage cap trial in Washington state and is crediting users that were charged overage fees.
Colt Technology Services has named Ashish Surti as its chief information security officer.