OPNFV has released OPNFV Euphrates, which enables providers to accelerate network transformation via open-source NFV.
Google Fiber has lit up its 1 Gbps FTTH service in 3,000 multifamily communities, including a mix of apartment and condominium developments.
CenturyLink’s Bill Walker described the operator’s move to SDN and NFV as completely disruptive.
Nomotion blasted both modem vendor Arris and U-verse operator AT&T as opening “gaping security holes” in customer devices.
Juniper Networks continued to underscore its focus on the cybersecurity market with dueling announcements on the topic.
Adtran is seeing more of its large U.S.-based Tier 1 telcos starting to ramp Gfast deployments.
Verizon has advanced its standing as the third largest Ethernet provider, beating out Spectrum Enterprise.
Charter Communications has suspended a complaint against Verizon centered on access to utility poles in New York state.
Verizon announced its Virtual Network Services will now work on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Verizon’s wireline business deserves a bit of attention with the imminent release of its second-quarter results.