Keyword: Verizon Communications
Verizon is looking at a number of methods to procure fiber assets to support its various business lines.
Verizon has launched a new video tier tailored for small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as part of an effort to compete with cable.
With 2012's Hurricane Sandy behind them, Verizon has continued to ramp up its copper-to-fiber migration schedule.
Verizon is seeking to shed more of its legacy DSO services across parts of seven states.
Verizon has asked the FCC for permission to retire copper in eight Northeast markets early next year, marking another step in the telco’s migration of its customer base to fiber-based technology.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has introduced a new Software Defined Perimeter offering.
Verizon confirmed that it will purchase WideOpenWest’s Chicago fiber network for $225 million.
Verizon is talking with WideOpenWest about purchasing the cable MSO’s Chicago fiber network, according to a Reuters report.
Verizon is selling off its cloud and managed hosting service assets to IBM.
Verizon’s move to wire up the city of Boston with fiber is focused on how to solve real problems for the city's businesses and residents.