Keyword: Time Warner Cable
WOW announced it has hired former Time Warner Cable executive Henry Hryckiewicz as its new CTO.
Google Fiber announced this week it was pulling the plug on its 100 Mbps service to new customers in order to just offer its gigabit service.
Internet2 has picked Ciena's photonic and coherent optical gear to upgrade its network to a more scalable and programmable architecture.
State utility regulators in New York have approved an agreement with Charter that allows the company to stay in New York.
Ahead of some key retirements next year, Charter Communications announced on Wednesday that it has made some changes to its leadership team.
In a rare waving of the white flag, Google Fiber announced Thursday that it was pulling up stakes in Louisville, Kentucky.
There's been a shakeup in Cisco's service provider division with the expected departure of top executive Yvette Kanouff.
Sprint won $139.8 million in damages from a jury who found that Time Warner Cable/Charter infringed on the IXC’s VoIP patents.
The tower industry could see a potential fallout in the short-term due to AT&T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc., but could benefit in the long-term.
AT&T saw a slight uptick in IP broadband subscribers in the third quarter, reporting that it added 156,000 new subscribers.