Topic: business enterprises
AT&T says tax reforms will drive new business services investments by its customers.
Verizon says Altice’s FTTH plans highlight the importance of fiber-based broadband services.
GTT says that SD-WAN has become a table stakes requirement when it goes out to bid for an enterprise customer’s business.
Extreme Networks has wrapped its acquisition of Brocade Communications’ data switching, routing and analytics business lines.
Charter Communications has indicated that the cable MSO is getting ready to debut its own SD-WAN service.
Corning, buoyed by carrier customers like Verizon, has set a course to reach $5 billion in optical sales by 2020.
Verizon says fiber-based services to consumers and business customers are growing, but pricing and legacy declines continue to be a drag on revenues.
AT&T says that business customers’ investment is being hampered by high corporate tax rates.
Zayo has built out two additional points of presence (PoPs) in Tokyo and Sydney.
Windstream has enhanced its SD-WAN offering with new customer experience and network connectivity options.