Topic: Ethernet connectivity
After approval from both boards of directors, chip vendor Marvell Technology Group announced it's buying Aquantia for $452 million in cash.
Colt Technology Services extended the reach of its Colt IQ network into Australia as part of its APAC expansion.
Germany-based SAP has picked Verizon to build out its next-generation global network instead of carriers such as Deutsche Telekom and AT&T.
Comcast Business has brought its Ethernet and voice services to Elwyn, a 5,000-employee human services nonprofit.
CenturyLink will continue to face new competitive threats from an array of aggressive cable MSOs and competitive providers.
Level 3 Communications continues to threaten the global Ethernet services ranking long enjoyed by Orange Business Services and AT&T.
ATIS and MEF have developed a new global Ethernet ordering specification.
AT&T has made a request to the FCC to shut down three of its legacy Ethernet services due to weak demand and movement to newer services.
Verizon has advanced its standing as the third largest Ethernet provider, beating out Spectrum Enterprise.
Global Capacity has expanded seven One Marketplace points of presence in its North American network.