The NAB 2014 show is upon us and Fierce Markets will be on hand covering all of the action. Today's NAB preview issue looks at key trends, including Aereo, the 600 MHz auction, CDN and 4K. Read more
Next week, I'll be covering the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas with my colleagues, FierceCable Editor Steve Donohue and Editor in Chief Sue Marek. NAB is of course one of the biggest trade shows of the year, but what's more telling is the amount of attention that will be paid to over-the-top services and technologies.
The ongoing consumer adoption of wireline and wireless broadband services like LTE continues to create more opportunities for router and switching vendors.
Illinois is the latest state finding itself entangled with Gigabit Squared, a startup focused on providing wireline-based fiber broadband connections to nine communities, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.
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 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 is realigning its top management team, promoting Joe Natale, its current chief commercial officer, as its new CEO.
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's wireline and wireless broadband adoption continues to ramp, surpassing the 140 million mark in February.
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.