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.
Comcast is quietly trying to ease its own pole attachment issues while it battles Google Fiber alongside AT&T.
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.
CenturyLink has asked the state of Minnesota to be treated as a competitive telecom provider. But officials aren’t so sure.
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.