Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure shook up the carrier's executive team and further put his stamp on the organization by hiring new executives to his senior management group. Meanwhile, Sprint announced that several longtime executives will be leaving the company, including CMO Jeff Hallock, enterprise chief Matt Carter and communications director Bill White. FierceWireless Editor Phil Goldstein has a complete report here.
With some 80 per cent of the population in Africa still not connected to the Internet, the thorny problem of how to get citizens online in some of the most challenging parts of the world was a key topic at the AfricaCom conference in Cape Town last week.
Telus is enhancing its movement into the cloud services segment by offering its Canadian business customers two new cloud-based services focused on contact center and collaboration applications.
AT&T Mobility is keeping the pressure on in the data plan promotion battle among wireless carriers by offering up its 15 GB shared data plan for $100 per month, which had been the price of its 10 GB plan. The 15 GB plan had previously started at $130 per month.
Lightower Fiber has completed the 1,100-mile expansion of its fiber network throughout Virginia and the Washington, D.C., metro region, deepening its presence in the Mid-Atlantic area.
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure shook up Sprint's executive team and further put his stamp on the organization by hiring new executives to his senior management group. Meanwhile, Sprint announced that several longtime executives will be leaving the company, including CMO Jeff Hallock, enterprise chief Matt Carter and communications director Bill White.
With just under 40 million subscribers in the United States, Netflix "may be reaching the ceiling of what it can add," according to an article exploring the subscription video on demand provider's profit potential. Combined with ever-increasing prices for Hollywood content and stiff international competition, times could get pretty interesting for Netflix.
Consolidated Communications (CCI) has finally responded to Google Fiber's fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) call in Kansas City, Mo., with its own 1 Gbps Internet package for residential customers.
The newest instance of network parity isn't around the corner. It's looking like we'll achieve network party in 2016 and beyond. This could perhaps give us a two-to- three-year period of network parity. In this period, we should expect the carriers to heavily market their networks as being just as good as any other carrier in the market, if not better.
AT&T Mobility said it pays more for data roaming expenses on a per-megabyte basis than T-Mobile US does, and that it buys more data roaming than it sells, according to an FCC filing. The disclosures are the latest salvo in a back-and-forth battle between the carriers over data roaming rates.