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.
Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) services are allowing service providers to help multi-site enterprises gain further efficiency with virtual networking.
Comcast is quietly trying to ease its own pole attachment issues while it battles Google Fiber alongside AT&T.
Municipal broadband providers like the city of Wilson, North Carolina, are worried about their future in the wake of a federal court decision.
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.
Google Fiber is threatening to bypass Nashville, if the city doesn’t revise its pole attachment rules, but doing so might hurt residents' feelings.
AT&T is off the hook in a data throttling lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission against the carrier.
One word – security – was a key element in cloud providers like AWS, Microsoft and IBM gaining a huge competitive advantage over Tier 1 telcos.