Topic: broadband connectivity
Senate and House Democrats put forth a two-page bill that proposes to reinstate the net neutrality rules that were repealed two years ago.
Spectrum Enterprise is "about to unveil" its SD-WAN service, according to an executive who is attending the MEF18 conference in Los Angeles this week.
Germany-based SAP has picked Verizon to build out its next-generation global network instead of carriers such as Deutsche Telekom and AT&T.
Verizon may not have any new expansive Fios expansion plans, but where it has rolled out FTTH, Fios broadband penetration is above 40%.
TDS Telecom is finding that in the markets where it offers IPTV, a majority of its customers subscribe to a triple-play package.
AT&T, CenturyLink and Frontier can now bid on the FCC’s $2 billion additional CAF II auction.
Windstream's completion of its Project Excel initiative is enabling the telco to drive 25 Mbps and higher speeds to more customers.
Verizon says that the FCC should not force wireline broadband operators to develop reports of service availability under the census-block level.
Google Fiber’s plans to wire Atlanta areas Sandy Springs and Brookhaven with FTTH service has come to a standstill.
Glen Post, CEO of CenturyLink, says the telco is cooperating in an investigation over its internet and video billing practices.