Topic: fiber to the home (FTTH)
Cincinnati Bell is on track to reach about 80%-90% of its customer base in Cincinnati with its fiber-based Fioptics service.
Frontier has a high hurdle to overcome in the broadband race when it reports its third-quarter results next week.
Google Fiber is expanding the sign-up process for its 1 Gbps broadband service in more Nashville neighborhoods this week.
AT&T’s added several new IP-based broadband subscribers during the third quarter, but legacy DSL losses continue to be a drag on the broadband base.
Here are some of the other stories we’re following today.
Corning, buoyed by carrier customers like Verizon, has set a course to reach $5 billion in optical sales by 2020.
Verizon claims that its ongoing transition to fiber will not affect TTY or other assistive technology users.
Verizon says that its fiber-centric network will be the catalyst for growth in its wireline business segment.
The Burlington, Vermont, city council voted on Monday night to finalize Keep BT Local and Ting as final bidders for Burlington Telecom.
Verizon says that the advent of NG-PON2 will serve a key role in providing future broadband services.