Topic: gigabit connectivity
Heading into the official start of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Cisco announced that Midco has deployed its cloud-native router in South Dakota.
Newark, New Jersey, has joined New York and London to offer the Link smart city program.
The Ethernet Alliance held a multivendor interoperability demonstration at this year’s OFC trade show.
Sonic is finding challenges in getting access to utility poles to install new fiber facilities throughout California.
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AT&T says Incompas’ proposal to the FCC to raise the broadband definition from 25/3 Mbps to 1 Gbps does not reflect actual usage patterns.
Wave Broadband is continuing its growth spree, announcing that it has acquired Seattle-based ISP Cascadelink for an undisclosed sum.
RCN recently rolled out its 1 Gbps service in New York City targeting residential customers, but the cable provider sees an opportunity to target SMBs.
Viavi’s new Gigabit Monitor database revealed there are over 500 operational or planned 1 Gbps deployments globally by telcos, cable and wireless providers.
Cox Communications has launched its 1 Gbps 'G1gablast' residential service in Wichita, Kansas, laying a challenge to incumbent telco AT&T.