Level 3 has sided with Google Fiber in an ongoing dispute over how to attach broadband network wiring on utility poles in Nashville.

In a fiery post to the company’s website, AT&T’s Joan Marsh blasted Google as largely failing to offer widespread broadband services to Americans.

Data centers are a key part of AT&T’s cloud services strategy, and the carrier has no plans to sell its current assets – an executive told FierceTelecom.

CenturyLink announced that it will be the exclusive broadband provider to up to 12,000 homes in a new development in southern Denver.

Frontier plans to launch its Vantage TV service in Rochester, New York, by the end of the year, challenging Charter Communications.  

Windstream filed a cable TV franchise agreement to bring its Kinetic IPTV television service to over 50,000 homes.

The sign-up page for Google Fiber in Salt Lake City has opened on Google’s website, indicating the official rollout of 1 Gbps FTTH in the area.

Viavi hopes to address challenges mobile network operators will increasingly face as mobile networks proliferate and crowd airwaves.