The shuttering of the call center will result in the loss of 120 to 130 jobs.
Shaw Communications will be using Nokia Siemens Networks' gear for its wireless network.
The standard is expected to be fundamental to Smart Grid deployments.
Phoenix NAP said today that 10 network carriers are using its datacenter and network access point to provision their services.
U.S. broadband households that view over-the-top video will increase in the coming years.
The state Public Service Board rejected a plan by FairPoint to work itself out of bankruptcy.
iSuppli just got around to tearing apart the iPhone 4.
Clearwire has unveiled its Clear 4G mobile Internet service for residential and business customers.
TWC subscribers in some areas of North Carolina are in the process of getting more than 100 new HD and 50 on-demand channels.
Itaas is opening a new office in Ontario and is expanding its headquarters in the U.S. and offices in India.
AT&T's customers in New York City can expect better 3G network connectivity.
The Obama administration intends to nearly double the available amount of wireless communications spectrum over the next 10 years.
Time Warner Cable promotes Howell . . . WICT promotes Sisson.
Time Warner Cable launched its Business Class Mobile 4G-based service in metropolitan areas of North Carolina yesterday.