AT&T said it will find a way continue operating regardless of what conclusions the regulator makes on business data services.
Verizon and Incompas’ joint business data services proposal has gotten the support of several state and local trade associations.
CenturyLink and Frontier say the FCC and the joint Verizon/Incompas special access proposals will harm ILECs and new entrants.
Consolidated Communications says a large portion of its footprint it passes can get 20 Mbps, enabling to surpass the FCC’s 10/1 Mbps CAF-II requirement.
Lumos says the FCC should not impose pricing rules on competitive fiber providers that reside in markets where a large ILEC is present.
Amidst strong opposition from AT&T and Comcast, Google Fiber came closer to overcoming its pole attachment obstacle in Nashville.
FairPoint Communications has named Bruce Metge as executive vice president and chief legal officer.
CenturyLink reported to the FCC that 51 percent of residences in more populated areas can get 40 Mbps or higher -- but rural areas suffer.
With a city council vote pending on proposed “one touch make ready” legislation governing Nashville’s utility poles, Google Fiber kept things civil.
The state of Idaho is fighting back against CenturyLink and Education Networks of America, filing a counterclaim to their $37 million lawsuit.