In another possible signal of Comcast's intent to enter the wireless business, CTI Towers Inc., a company majority-owned by the MSO's venture capital arm, has acquired 120 communications towers from Vyve Broadband.
A number of CenturyLink's FTTH customers in Seattle continue to report that they have been without service since Sunday afternoon.
T-Mobile US is unloading a bevy of deals and promotions ahead of Black Friday, the most high-profile of which is that the carrier will give a gift of three months of unlimited LTE data to all of its postpaid "Simple Choice" customers.
Arris said it's aware of a backdoor vulnerability to its cable modems, but that the security risk is "low."
CenturyLink has signed a new long-term bilateral interconnection agreement with Cogent Communications, marking the latest in a string of pacts made between the top telcos and Internet transit providers whose clients include content providers like Netflix.
FierceWireless Editor Phil Goldstein bids goodbye in his final column for the publication and reflects on how the wireless industry has changed during the seven years of his tenure.
AT&T is addressing the environmental impacts of its network by setting a goal to enable carbon savings 10 times the footprint of its operations by 2025.
Tower Cloud may have established itself as an alternative wholesale wireless backhaul player, but as it builds out fiber into more parts of the Southeast United States, it is incorporating onramps in its network designs to serve local businesses.
Frontier is taking its FrontierTV IPTV service to Durham, N.C. beginning in January, enabling it to more effectively compete with the growing threat from AT&T and Google Fiber.
Evercore ISI analysts said in a report that if AT&T winds up spending $9 billion on wireless network capital expenditures in 2015, that would represent a 20.9 percent year-over-year reduction in spending, "far worse than our initial expectations after T announced a reduced capex outlook roughly a year ago."