AT&T says the FCC can help the telecom industry reduce timelines for make-ready processes by allowing new attachers to be called project managers.
Frontier Communications asked the FCC for permission to discontinue two legacy services: Busy Verification (BV) and Busy Interrupt (BI).
Research firm Cowen believes cord cutting is no longer an issue for MVPDs, and that cable-wireless convergence is inevitable.
The internet of things has the potential to be a security nightmare. In response, Microsoft has developed a new chip and OS built for IoT security.
Crown Castle is beginning to get the return it expected to gain from its $7.1 billion acquisition of Lightower late last year.
European Union rules protecting consumers' data go into effect next month, but only a few global companies are likely to meet the deadline.
Spark never really caught fire, so Cisco is going to converge the team collaboration suite into its Webex product that enables online meetings.
Increasing demand for 400G data rates and a new technology standard for simpler and more interoperable 400G equipment will fuel rapid growth.
Adtran continued to see the impact of slower decisions for its vectoring solutions continue into the first quarter.
TDS Telecom says that the FCC’s A-CAM proposal would enable it to more effectively build out a larger rural BDS customer base.