Verizon is seeking to shed more of its legacy DSO services across parts of seven states.

Clearfield says Gfast can't sustain itself as a long-term strategy for multi-dwelling unit broadband installations.

AT&T says the latest claims that it is ignoring the needs of low-income residents in Detroit are false.

Verizon says revising the copper retirement process and one-touch make-ready pole attachment process would enhance broadband expansion.

The FCC’s review of the 25/3 Mbps wireline broadband definition is drawing criticism not only from industry organizations but its own commissioners.

Electric cooperatives are increasingly making the move fill the rural broadband supply gap.

Frontier is seeking permission to retire copper in a portion of its Spencerport, N.Y., central office service area.

AT&T is keen to take advantage of bandwidth and powering elements that are being integrated into the second generation of Gfast.