With the expectation that network-based home security service is a growth market, Massillon Cable TV has joined the Comporium Security Dealer Program.
Expanding its coverage into the wireless telephony market and its reach far deeper into international markets, Exfo has acquired Finnish T&M company NetHawk Oyj.
VeriSign plans to spend more than $300 million over the next decade to upgrade its systems.
Federal regulators are pledging rigorous reviews of Comcast's proposed purchase of NBC Universal to ensure that it would not stifle competition or harm consumers.
The frugality of the recession eased in the 2009 pay package for AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, who resumed taking a bonus and saw his compensation rise by one-third.
Verizon to list on Nasdaq, as well as NYSE.
MSOs are beginning to offer a 100 Mbps tier, frequently for $150/month. Given the costs and the take rates, ops should entertain the notion of cutting that monthly fee almost in half.
The Virginia Information Technologies Agency said that Cox Business has been awarded statewide contracts for Internet services in selected speed tiers and zip codes.
Virgin Media will conduct a trial using utility poles to send high-speed broadband Internet service to homes in the U.K.
Inlet Technologies recently announced that former Cox Communications senior vice president of engineering and CTO Chris Bowick has joined its board of directors.
AT&T U-verse subs will be able to track their favorite basketball teams during the NCAA tournament by viewing personalized info and bracket updates on their TVs.
Despite a recent rash of consumer complaints in northern Louisiana and around Baton Rouge, the Louisiana Public Service Commission refused to threaten AT&T with a fine.
The appeal of 3-D movies helped boost movie ticket sales by nearly 8 percent to a record $29.9 billion worldwide in 2009.
Last year, Palm thought it had all of the pieces for a turnaround in the market it pioneered.