Google Fiber has put its planned buildout of 1 Gbps in San Jose, California, on hold, possibly to explore a cheaper alternative to wireline internet.
BTIG has initiated coverage of Level 3 at a “Buy” rating, citing the service provider’s free cash flow and recurring revenue as attractive attributes.
AT&T has introduced a new app that allows prospective FTTH customers to see if 1 Gbps broadband service is available in their location.
Cincinnati Bell is looking to extend its fiber network outside of its home region, either organically or through buying a regional fiber provider.
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AT&T has taken another step in its virtual services journey by introducing a new Ethernet on-demand solution that targets wholesale carrier customers.
Hawaiian Telcom plans to expand fiber-based Ethernet to ramp its revenues and create ongoing returns from long-term contracts.
Verizon will invest $300 million to replace the city’s aging copper network infrastructure with fiber. Why the sudden about-face?
FiberLight plans to aggressively pursue E-Rate dark fiber deals after the FCC changed rules regarding how school districts purchase telecom services.
Zayo founder Caruso reunites with Level 3 colleague Jack Waters.