Zayo is giving its growing base of carrier, media and content companies another connectivity option in New York by establishing a point of presence (PoP) at 325 Hudson, the carrier-neutral core interconnection facility that's located on the crossroads of Hudson Street and the Holland Tunnel in New York City.
The definition of 5G may still be unclear but the pace of 5G innovation is clearly accelerating. In nearly every conversation I have with wireless industry leaders, the discussion veers to 5G: What is 5G? How will 5G change our lives? And how quickly will it be deployed?
AT&T continues to step up its U-verse rollout, announcing that it has extended service to more customers in San Francisco and Sacramento while naming Greensboro, N.C., as the next stop on its 1 Gig fiber to the premises (FTTP) network journey.
Alpheus Communications has hatched a deal to acquire StratITsphere's retail colocation business unit, a move that will broaden its enterprise customer base and add data center capacity to respond to opportunities in Houston's rapidly growing Energy Corridor.
Sprint has begun a new company chapter today by officially naming Brightstar Corp. founder Marcelo Claure as its next CEO, replacing Dan Hesse, who has been leading the service provider since 2007.
BT Business has launched new '4G' mobile plans that it said come with LTE data speeds and unlimited access to BT's 5 million Wi-Fi hotspots at no extra cost for small and medium-sized businesses.
Vodafone Egypt signed a "first of its kind" managed services contract with Ericsson covering field maintenance and network quality improvements in the greater Cairo area, the equipment manufacturer revealed.
Telecom Italia posted a slim net profit in the opening six months of 2014 and thereby turned round a net loss from the first half of 2013, but the operator lost out in other key earnings metrics due to ongoing domestic struggles and a drop in performance at its Brazilian unit.
Cellcom Israel and Bezeq-owned Pelephone have launched LTE services in Israel on a limited basis, after the government gave its approval for the operators to use 5 MHz of the 1800 MHz frequency band.
A year ago, Mimosa Networks was still firmly in stealth mode. But the Campbell, Calif., company has now released its first last-mile gigabit wireless radio for Internet service providers seeking fiber speeds delivered over the air.