Who are the women executives that are shaping the wireline telecom industry with new services, driving innovation and shaping policy? FierceTelecom profiles a number of these key executives in its fifth annual Women in Wireline feature. Special report
Taqua acquired partner Kineto Wireless to more seamlessly deliver Voice over Wi-Fi and Voice over LTE solutions to operators. The privately held companies did not disclose the value of the transaction.
AT&T Mobility said it has hit its goal of reaching 300 million covered POPs with LTE several months ahead of its target.
When Apple holds its media event Sept. 9 at the Flint Center for Performing Arts, near its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., industry watchers are anticipating it will finally unveil its long-rumored wearable, which many have dubbed the iWatch. However, the possible announcement of the next version of its iPhone, which could be called the iPhone 6, will likely draw the majority of attention.
T-Mobile US' MetroPCS brand is expanding into 10 new markets and is doubling the high-speed data allotments it gives to some of its customers.
Just as you can tell a lot about the state of the overall economy by the perspective of its middle class, so it stands to reason that the status of the pay-TV industry can be nicely summarized by a mid-sized cable company operating out of the Heartland. For that insight, we talked to the outspoken Thomas Larsen, group VP of legal and public affairs for Mediacom.
Welcome to the IBC 2014 Preview Issue. This year, broadcasters, cable operators, and a host of service and equipment providers will converge in Amsterdam to explore one dominating theme: Can traditional television survive the onslaught of nontraditional media?
Two deals this week involving Locations Labs and IndoorAtlas, respectively, highlight the growing importance of location-based technologies as keys to enabling other value-added services.
Operating under the obvious placeholder "SpinCo" since February, the joint venture set to be launched by Comcast and Charter Communications finally has an official name, GreatLand Connections.
So what was Amazon thinking when it swooped in and paid $970 million to acquire a streaming platform, Twitch, that lets viewers watch other people play videogames? Like the Zapruder Film or Stonehenge, that's a source of endless, perhaps neverending, speculation.