Frontier’s integration of Verizon's California, Texas and Florida (CTF) properties may be complete, but customer pain related to erroneous charges for broadband and video services continues in parts of Florida.
Verizon has set a focus on providing fiber-based services to consumers and business customers, but in the near term the service provider’s wireline business continues to see revenue pressure.
MegaPath has integrated Fortinet cybersecurity technology into its SD-WAN portfolio, giving its customers another option to thwart a growing tide of cyberattacks on businesses.
IT pros ready for a change should consider the smart home market to leverage skills such as IT security, networking and development.
Google Fiber’s wireless leader, Charles Barr, has left the company, marking the latest in a string of executives to leave the internet search giant’s broadband venture management team.
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Adtran’s Stanton: Carriers’ transition to a true SDN open network architecture will happen over time
Adtran may be an advocate of helping its Tier 1 telco customers drive SDN and virtualization into their last mile networks, but the vendor is being realistic about the pace of this migration as one that won’t occur overnight.
CenturyLink, Frontier, Windstream’s Q3 broadband, consumer results face cable’s 1 Gig push, says analyst
When CenturyLink, Frontier and Windstream release their respective third-quarter earnings in the coming weeks, the key metric on investors’ minds will be broadband subscriber performance, particularly as customers churn to cable operators like Comcast that are offering competitively priced 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps services.
Nokia has established a strategic alliance with Amazon Web Services with an eye toward helping service providers and their business customers migrate applications to the cloud.
Verizon, like other wireline telcos, is at a network crossroads of sorts: The telco operates a copper-based business that continues to decline in terms of revenue, alongside a growing fiber business and increasingly fiber-centric network.