Rogers Communications has added new content to its Rogers On Demand Online service that launched in beta form in November of last year.
AT&T’s acquisition of Wayport is paying off. The carrier yesterday reported that its customers made a record 85.5 million connections to the Internet in 2009.
It’s now pretty much a foregone conclusion that G.hn silicon will hit the market in 2010. Right on schedule...
Verizon Communications Inc. on Tuesday posted an unusual loss for the fourth quarter...
The Agriculture Department is handing out nearly $310 million in stimulus money to bring high-speed Internet connections to 14 rural communities around the country.
Apple's holiday quarter was especially sweet, but Wall Street's response was muted as investors puzzled through an accounting change and lighter-than-expected iPhone sales.
Syniverse gets Cox deal… VideoPropulsion targets cable… Red Bee hires CTO… LigTel taps Airspan for WiMAX… Iowa pulls in broadband stimulus bucks…
Sunflower Broadband has given its Wi-Fi service a boost with Arris’ Rapid Launch Hot Zone System.
Japan’s second-largest cellular provider, KDDI, has made an offer to buy Liberty Global’s 38 percent stake in Jupiter Communications (aka J:Com) for about $4 billion.
If service providers can manage their own IT, they should be able to provide managed services.
Online video platform Brightcove has rolled up the various elements of a “TV Everywhere” offering into one solution.
Aurora Networks has received ISO 9001:2008 certification, achieving some of the world’s most rigorous standards of quality management.
Before Comcast can transform the entertainment business by taking control of NBCU, it must convince Washington that the plan won't hurt rivals and consumers.
Swedish infrastructure giant Ericsson says it will cut an additional 1,500 jobs as it struggles to compensate for an ongoing slump in sales.