United Fiber & Data has put the final touches on its northern New Jersey fiber network build, reaching through Harrison, across the Passaic River and landing on the banks of Newark.
Verizon continues to make progress with migrating what it calls "chronic" copper customers to its FiOS fiber to the home network, an effort that helped it eliminate 600,000 repair dispatches in 2013 alone.
Tim Biltz, president and CEO of Lumos Networks, may have spent much of his career in the wireless industry, but that experience prepared him to help transform the once rural-only telco into a major provider of fiber-based services for enterprises and wireless operators.
Level 3 Communications is adding 1,700 new square meters of space to its data center in Bogota, Colombia to accommodate local businesses' desire for cloud-based services.
The TV Everywhere concept continues to gain momentum among content providers like Time Warner and large pay-TV providers like Comcast, but the reality is that it's a new concept whose strategy they are still trying to figure out.
AT&T and Verizon collectively saw strong gains in their next-gen U-verse and FiOS service portfolios, adding a total of 828,000 subscribers during the third quarter. But overall growth in the broadband market has slipped, a Leichtman Research Group study finds.
Verizon sees continual momentum for expanding its enterprise services outside of the United States, but according to Fran Shammo, EVP and CFO, the telco can do it without having to purchase other service providers.
China Unicom Americas, the North American subsidiary of China Unicom, has established a new point of presence in Seattle as a way to extend of its data services to customers in North America and Canada.
Radio interference is coming back into the limelight as more consumers are using a growing array of wireless devices to access wireless spectrum for a host of data and multimedia services.
Zayo has turned its attention to the Miami market as its latest expansion target as its subsidiary zColo builds out a new colocation facility in Digital Realty Trust's (DRT) data center, located at 36 NE 2 St. in downtown Miami, and a new metro fiber network that will connect the new location.