Leveraging the USCarrier assets it purchased last year, Zayo on Wednesday announced it is going to expand its overall network into the Jacksonville, Fla., Market.
FierceTelecom 's sister publication FierceWireless is counting down the top eight rising stars in the wireless industry. Sue Marek, editor-in-chief of FierceMarkets' Telecom Group, says the key characteristic this year's honorees have in common is that they are the "risk-takers and the innovators who we believe are worth watching in the coming year."
tw telecom reported on Monday that Q4 revenue was $377.9 million, up 2.4 percent sequentially from ongoing growth in its enterprise services business.
Birch Communications on Monday secured $12 million in funding from CoBank, giving it more cash to seek out new "accretive acquisitions" of other service providers that complement its growth strategy.
Reliance Communications announced on Monday it is outsourcing its network operations to Ericsson in a $1 billion managed, eight-year services contract covering its wireline and wireless networks located in north and west India.
Hibernia Networks has been forced to stop work on its trans-Atlantic submarine cable, the Hibernia Express, over cybersecurity issues due to its work with Huawei.
FiberLight, a growing competitive fiber-centric service provider, announced that Michael Miller, the company's founder and CEO, is retiring.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said he is not worried about continued inroads that are being made by over-the-top video providers. "If the world moves to the OTT video model, that doesn't keep me awake at night," he said. "Our money is made off the broadband product … The consumer who acquires video off our broadband is not a bad model for us."
Telmex, the Mexico-based wireline subsidiary of America Movil, has been fined MXN 657 million (USD 51.6 million) by the Comision Federal de Competencia (CFC) for engaging what the regulator says is anticompetitive practices.
Zayo reported on Friday that a mix of organic and acquisition-related growth drove up revenue by $13.8 million sequentially to $243.5 million in second fiscal quarter that ended on Dec. 31.