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BT Openreach turns up 40, 100G wholesale service

Openreach, which operates BT's local access network business, is giving UK-based service providers more wholesale capacity by serving up a 100G-based service specifically for UK-based communications providers.

Verizon, Unisys jointly target state and local government cloud, hosting opportunities

Verizon is pursuing new opportunities to extend its growing set of cloud and hosting services to the state and local government market through a partnership with systems integrator Unisys.

AT&T snags 200-site IP-VPN deal with Hilti

AT&T won a wide-scale IP-based VPN contract with Frankfurt-based construction company Hilti that's designed to enhance the customer's retail sales process.

TELUS appoints Joe Natale as CEO; Entwistle takes on executive chairman role

TELUS is realigning its top management team, promoting Joe Natale, its current chief commercial officer, as its new CEO.

CenturyLink could gain new leverage to expand Seattle broadband

CenturyLink might be gaining the leverage it needs to expand its broadband footprint throughout Seattle if current Mayor Ed Murray is able to ease the telco's ability to place remote terminal (RT) cabinets on sidewalks near residential homes, reports  The   Seattle Times.

AT&T customer says hacker is threatening family via U-verse set-top box

An AT&T U-verse customer in Indianapolis has been receiving threats through her set-top box from an unknown hacker, reports Indianapolis Fox affiliate  Fox 59.

Equinix lights fifth Dallas data center, supports Platform Equinix demand

Equinix has laid another brick in its growing home U.S. market by opening its fifth operational International Business Exchange (IBX) facility in Dallas, one of its fastest growing markets.

Brazil surpassed 140M broadband connections mark in February

Brazil's wireline and wireless broadband adoption continues to ramp, surpassing the 140 million mark in February.

Telekom Austria trials Alcatel-Lucent 400G on existing fiber

Telekom Austria has completed a test of 400G between Zagreb in Croatia and Ljubljana in Slovenia using Alcatel-Lucent equipment over its existing fiber facilities.

Home broadband, video usage patterns will force changes in access, aggregation networks

Residential networking services and the devices we use to access them are constantly changing, usually in unanticipated ways. Video streaming, social networking, smart phones and tablets are creating new demand, displacing traditional media and threatening the foundations of the multichannel video subscription (cable, DBS and telco) industry.