Topic: copper fiber migration
With millions of employees now working from home due to COVID-19, asymmetric broadband offerings are a choke point for some business applications.
Optical transport vendor Ekinops wrapped up a network upgrade for CM'IN, which is a regional telecom service provider in France. CM'IN's digital infra
CenturyLink CEO Jeff Storey is an admitted fan of Chick-fil-A's fare, but perhaps even more so now that it’s a fiber customer.
Like most telcos, there are challenges ahead for CenturyLink, but one area it can bank on is its fiber network both here and abroad.
Part of the proceeds from the $1 billion of 10-year green bonds will support several green 5G-related projects in Verizon’s pipeline.
Verizon has asked the FCC to accelerate its request to retire some of its copper facilities in Southern Philadelphia.
AT&T is going to replace copper wiring in parts of its California market damaged by last fall's wildfires.
A four-part nongovernment organization coalition has filed an appeal against the FCC's recent copper retirement decision.
A group of Democratic senators are urging FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to be careful in changing copper retirement rules.
With 2012's Hurricane Sandy behind them, Verizon has continued to ramp up its copper-to-fiber migration schedule.