ITTA and USTelecom say the regulatory regime that governs business data services (BDS) should be revised for rural telcos that lack the scale and financial power of their larger telco counterparts.
AT&T-backed legislation to cut POTS lines limits affordable, reliable options, says AARP, Citizens Utility Board
AT&T-supported legislation in Illinois that would eliminate a requirement to offer landline voice, or "plain old telephone service," has been met with opposition from the Citizens Utility Board and the AARP, igniting new debate on legacy services.
CenturyLink workers in Florida represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union rejected what the group said was an “unacceptable package” proposed by the telco. CWA's strike authorization vote was also approved.
TDS Telecom has named Vicki Villacrez as senior vice president of finance, adding to her list of duties at the company, where she currently serves as chief financial officer.
Cloud Security Alliance sees danger, issues guidelines for how we'll need to secure the connected vehicle environment in the future.
Uniti may be in the process of completing its Hunt Telecom and Southern Light acquisitions, but the service provider said it is already seeing a number of sales and capital synergies as it begins integrating these companies into its fold.
Municipal broadband has great allure in that a city or town can take control of their own broadband destiny, but a new Pennsylvania Law study reveals that these networks rarely produce a favorable return on investment.
Consolidated Communications has pledged $52.2 million to conduct network upgrades in Maine if its acquisition of FairPoint gets state regulatory approval.
Frontier has begun its G.fast journey in Connecticut, aiming the technology to increase in-building broadband speeds for customers that live in apartment and multidwelling units (MDUs) throughout the state.