TDS Telecom is putting broadband into the hands of more rural residential and business customers in Wisconsin and Michigan thanks to the completion of two American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) broadband stimulus projects.
Josh Wein, editor of FierceOnlineVideo, recently talked with Stephane Bourque, CEO of Incognito Software, about the challenges that ISPs face delivering online video, such as the prospect of more OTT providers, the adoption of 4K streaming and the wait-and-see approach ISPs are taking to net neutrality in the U.S.
The Q4 2013 earnings season has begun, and FierceTelecom is tracking how key players in the wireline telecom industry performed. Check here throughout the fourth-quarter reporting season for updates on providers, vendors and integrators in this segment.
FiberLight is growing its competitive stance in Texas by finishing the construction of over 4,500 miles of its planned 8,800 mile expansion across the central and western parts of the state.
AT&T U-verse Internet users were not able to access service yesterday due to an outage that affected a number of states where it offers the service, according to various reports.
OneNeck IT Solutions, Telephone and Data Systems Inc.'s data center and cloud services subsidiary, is doubling its data center capacity in the Midwest with plans to add 6,000 feet of raised floor space in its Certified Tier III data center in Eden Prairie, Minn.
FirstLight Fiber is giving its business customers another route between the United States and Canada, announcing a new relationship with Fibrenoire to provide fiber-based Ethernet services in Quebec and Ontario.
Birch Communications has made another move to sharpen its sales operations by promoting company veterans Brad Smith to vice president of Dealer Sales and Mike Otting to vice president of Telesales.
SaskTel is deploying a single IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) network core that it says will support an all-IP network infrastructure for its growing mix of wireline and wireless customers.
Ciena has taken the next step to expand its presence in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market by naming Microsoft's Benoit de la Tour as the region's vice president and general manager.