GlobeNet, an emerging submarine cable player, has finished the buildout of its subsea network to Colombia and has named UNE EPM Telecomunicaciones as an anchor tenant.
Brazil-based service providers spent $8 billion during the first nine months of 2013 to conduct network expansions, increase coverage and improve service quality, according to data from the Brazilian Telecommunications Association (Telebrasil).
Selling a broadcast-only video DVR would seem like an easy proposition as consumers continue to ditch cable for online video. However, Tablo, an emerging web and broadcast-only DVR project, has found out that executing on this idea is anything but easy.
A new web-connected, broadcast-only DVR project is trying to raise money on Indiegogo. The would-be makers of Tablo have turned to the crowdfunding site to fund and promote its new hardware. But a device that seems like a surefire hit is facing plenty of challenges.
Huawei, according to various media reports, is going to exit the U.S. network equipment market. Their decision follows disputes between China and the U.S., which says that the vendor poses a security threat to the United States.
DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor-backed M-Go is hoping retail shoppers will buy title-specific gift cards redeemable for HD movie downloads. The cards will be sold at some 300 grocery stores in California, Nevada, Ohio and Texas and, later this month, online.
The launch of YouTube's rumored subscription music streaming service is reportedly behind schedule. The Google-owned online-video giant was planning to introduce a Spotify-like service before the end of the year.
More online video ads are being viewed by people watching authenticated pay-TV programming than ever before, according to figures from FreeWheel.
Windstream may still have work to do to integrate Paetec's assets into its fold, but CEO Jeff Gardner says that they are ready to begin searching for assets that would complement its growing enterprise service business.
Crunchyroll, an online video company focused on streaming Japanese animation, sold a majority stake to the Chernin Group. The investment group, led by former Fox executive Peter Chernin, confirmed the transaction Monday, but did not say how much it paid.