TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) has tapped Ciena as the optical vendor of choice to upgrade the pan-European segment of its global fiber network, enabling it to expand its portfolio of 1-100G services to its wholesale service provider customers.
3 UK has become the latest UK operator to announce it is making use of Wi-Fi networks to help improve the experience of its customers in areas where there is no or poor mobile coverage.
Ireland-based operator Eircom is potentially seeking a stock market listing to improve its financial position in preparation for increasing competition on the Irish telecoms market, although the operator made it clear that this is one of a number of options under consideration.
Dali Wireless rolled out its 10 Gbps High Density System (HDS), which is based on the company's existing RF Router technology that can be used to create radio signal distribution networks. Dali says the HDS can simultaneously and dynamically allocate wireless coverage and capacity on demand.
IPv6 Internet backbone provider Hurricane Electric has made Boston the latest destination on its growing global network journey with a new point of presence (PoP) at the One Summer Street data center.
T-Mobile US intends to deploy Eden Rock Communications' self-organizing network (SON) technology nationwide to improve network services.
If I can believe my desk calendar, it's almost summer. With the longest day of the year fast approaching, my mind has turned to all of the usual topics: fireworks, hot dogs, bitter jealousy aimed at European colleagues who take four-week vacations, LTE TDD. Okay, summertime and LTE TDD might not go hand-in-hand, but there are some real reasons the TDD implementation of everyone's favorite 4G technology has been on my mind.
FTTH Council Americas will hold its annual FTTH Conference next week in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and FierceTelecom will be on site covering the show and moderating panels on key topics, including the middle mile and cloud services.
Level 3 is extending its video cloud services to the China market by signing an agreement with China Telecom Global Limited (CTG).
AT&T has identified the town of Cary as the next destination in the state of North Carolina where it will bring its 1 Gbps-capable fiber to the home (FTTH) "U-verse with GigaPower" platform.