Topic: Carrier Ethernet services
MEF is releasing two Lifecycle Service Orchestration software development kits for provisioning Carrier Ethernet.
Sprint is building new Points of Presence (PoPs) in the nation’s largest carrier hotels.
Comcast and Charter continue to make progress in the business services segment, adding a total of 81,000 new customers in the second quarter.
Zayo has become the latest service provider to achieve MEF Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) certification.
AT&T Partner Exchange has introduced a new set of API capabilities targeting the growing solutions channel community.
Level 3 Communications has maintained its dominant spot in the U.S. competitive market segment, a VSG analyst said.
AT&T said it successfully tested a 400 Gbps Ethernet (400GbE) connection using live traffic on the carrier’s network between New York and Washington, D.C.
FirstLight Fiber is on the buying trail again, announcing a deal to acquire Finger Lakes Technologies Group.
AT&T’s ongoing movement to migrate to a software-oriented network environment enabled it to advance its global Ethernet standing.
AT&T, Orange, and Colt have teamed up with the MEF and TM Forum to create new APIs for Carrier Ethernet services.