Frontier Communications reported on Tuesday that Q3 2012 revenue was $1.252 billion, down from $1.258 billion from Q3 2011, a factor it attributes to a decline in residential and business customers and switched access revenue.
Optical Communications Group (OCG), a competitive fiber transport provider offering services throughout New York's five boroughs and parts of New Jersey, on Tuesday said that it kept its network running during Hurricane Sandy and is assisting area businesses and service providers with various connectivity options to help them restore or enhance their communications and backup systems.
CenturyLink on Monday struck a new deal with data center provider CoreSite Realty, to offer its line of voice and IP services into five more CoreSite data centers, upping its coverage to all 14 of CoreSite's North American data centers.
Service providers in Ghana saw a spike in fiber and copper cable cuts during the first nine months of this year, a trend that's collectively cost them GHS 10 million (USD 5.2 million) to repair damage and restore service.
tw telecom reported on Monday that Q3 2012 earnings rose $24.4 million, or 7.1 percent year-over-year, to $368.9 million, compared to $344.5 million in Q3 2011, due to a rise in enterprise customer revenue.
VDSL2 may be still be the new kid on the DSL service block, but at a time when telcos are looking for more economical ways to deliver higher speed residential broadband data and video, it is an attractive option that more telcos are turning to in their existing markets while building out FTTH in Greenfield markets.
Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) on Friday reported Q3 2012 revenues rose 1.5 percent to CAD 4.98 billion (USD 5 billion) due to a 7 percent rise in wireless and a 25 percent jump in media revenue.
Service providers may be the early adopters of Software Defined Networking (SDN), but according to a new Infonetics survey a growing base of North American-based enterprises either are planning or have already deployed the technology in their data centers.
Verizon Communications on Sunday said it was making continual progress to restore service to its wireline customers in its Mid-Atlantic and Northeast territories even as a Barclay's analyst put Verizon's restoration costs alone at $306 million.
XO Communications on Thursday reported that it is continuing to assess damage to its network caused by Hurricane Sandy and is conducting recovery efforts in major East Coast cities and as far west as Ohio.