Verizon says any extensions of its fiber reach have to produce a favorable economic return to build.
Extreme Networks has reached an agreement to purchase Avaya’s networking business for $100 million.
Lumos expanded its sales pipeline from carriers seeking diverse fiber routes from the Virginia Beach undersea cable landing site to other cities.
Sprint won $139.8 million in damages from a jury who found that Time Warner Cable/Charter infringed on the IXC’s VoIP patents.
Verizon is now offering customers a pay-as-you-go option for its FiOS TV, internet and phone services.
FairPoint says its near-term focus is on driving growth revenue from consumer broadband and business-grade Ethernet services.
Cincinnati Bell has named Leigh Fox as president and CEO, succeeding Ted Torbeck, who is retiring from the company.
Windstream says its on-net fiber expansion will enable to it to more effectively compete in the business services market.
As wireless operators expand their data offerings, Dycom will benefit by getting invited to build out more wireline fiber networks, its CEO said.
SD-WAN vendor VeloCloud Networks has closed a $35 million Series D round of funding from existing and new investors.