CenturyLink has received FCC approval for its acquisition of Level 3.
AT&T and CenturyLink have not reported any broadband customers affected by the KRACK (or Key Reinstallation Attack) Wi-Fi vulnerability.
CenturyLink has asked the FCC to simplify the copper retirement process to accelerate next-gen fiber and IP-based service expansions.
AT&T virtualized 45% of its network during the third quarter, but legacy service losses continue to offset next-gen service gains.
ETSI is taking on the growing cybersecurity risk issue by releasing its ETSI TR 103 456 report.
Verizon claims that its ongoing transition to fiber will not affect TTY or other assistive technology users.
US Telecom has named Alaska Communications Systems President and CEO Anand Vadapalli as its new chairman.
Verizon has agreed to pay $17 million to settle an FCC investigation for violating E-Rate program bidding rules.
Cincinnati Bell says that the existing submarine cables in Hawaii will not be affected when it completes its acquisition of the company next year.
Verizon says that the FCC should not force wireline broadband operators to develop reports of service availability under the census-block level.