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Verizon Q1 FiOS revenue rose 15.5% to $3B, but weather issues slowed installations

Verizon reported that despite seeing a slowdown in overall customer additions due to weather issues in the Northeast, FiOS revenues still rose 15.5 percent to $3 billion.

Dimension Data snaps up Nexus, enhances U.S. IT capabilities

Dimension Data has purchased all of Nexus, an IT network integrator, a move that deepens its presence in the U.S. and broadens its services portfolio for high growth vertical segments like education, retail, hospitality and healthcare.

Maine Fiber Co. says middle mile network audit is completed, sees growth in dark fiber leasing

Maine Fiber Company (MFC), the owner and operator of Maine's "Three Ring Binder" middle mile network, announced that BerryDunn has completed its audit of its Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant.

International bandwidth grew 39% to 138 Tbps in 2013, says TeleGeography

Growth of international bandwidth is no longer just a traditional carrier's game, but increasingly a factor for content providers like Google, Microsoft and Facebook when expanding their internal networks. 

Juniper's Q1 revenue rises 10% to $1.17B, beats estimates

Juniper reported that first-quarter 2014 revenue rose 10 percent year-over year-to $1.17 billion, slightly surpassing its expectations. The vendor initially forecast first-quarter revenue of $1.12 billion to $1.16 billion and adjusted gross margin of 64.0 percent plus or minus 0.5 percent.

AT&T consumer wireline revenue up 4.3% to $5.7B on strong U-verse video, broadband adds

AT&T's consumer wireline segment continues to be driven by U-verse growth and the first quarter of 2014 was no exception, with revenues growing 28.3 percent year-over-year to $3.5 billion.

EarthLink serves up Wi-Fi for multi-site businesses

EarthLink is playing into the mobile nature of its multi-site business customers with its Secure Wi-Fi service that it is coupling with its wireline-based MPLS network.

AT&T, Chernin Group $500M online video pact plays into bandwidth, content hunger

AT&T's $500 million agreement to launch an over the top (OTT) video venture with The Chernin Group reflects the telco's move to enhance its growing video business with another option that plays into the consumer desire for content and higher bandwidth broadband services.

Keeping tabs on Q1 2014 wireline revenues

The Q1 2014 earnings season is underway and  FierceTelecom  is tracking how key players in the wireline telecom industry performed.

HickoryTech seeks shareholder approval to change name to Enventis

HickoryTech is ready to take on a new identity and it has asked its shareholders to approve its request to change its corporate name to Enventis Corp.