The Amsterdam Internet Exchange has taken another step forward with its ongoing expansion into the U.S. colocation market by selecting Zayo to provide dark fiber to connect its data centers in the New York area where it runs its Internet peering platform.
SaskTel is continuing on its mission to bring basic DSL to the rural markets it serves by delivering the service to the areas of Bruno, Annaheim, Elbow and Middle Lake.
Juniper Networks reported that fourth-quarter 2013 earnings rose 12 percent year-over-year to $1.3 billion, slightly beating its guidance of $1.20 billion to $1.23 billion due to a rise in service provider and enterprise sales.
AT&T is bringing its U-verse TV and broadband service to McAllen and Mission, Texas, as part of its ongoing Project Velocity IP (VIP) effort to enhance its IP-based wireline networks.
Skype continues to outpace traditional voice providers in the international telephony market segment as its traffic rose 36 percent, to 214 billion minutes in 2013, says TeleGeography in a new report.
Cologix is continuing its drive into Canada's data center market by completing Phase 1 of its 26,000 square foot expansion on 1155 University Street in downtown Montreal.
ATIS and the SIP Forum have formed a Joint Task Force that is focused on building a specification that will enable North American service providers to establish IP communications network-to-network interface (NNI) arrangements.
AT&T sees that the cloud has the potential to serve both its own needs and those of its enterprise customers.
FiberLight has put the final touches on a redundant dark fiber optical network for the London Internet Exchange (LINX) in Northern Virginia as the U.K.-based provider looks to establish a larger foothold in the U.S. market.
SaskTel has set the residential community of Prince Albert as the next target for its infiNet fiber to the premises service.