AT&T reported consolidated revenues of $31.6 billion, up 2.8 percent from the same quarter last year.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) brought LTE and WiMAX one step closer to official 4G status at the close of a week-long meeting in Chongqing, China.
The "Technology Leadership Roundtable" session provided a glimpse into the transition to IP video.
The development of technology, programming and integrated devices designed to capture information and entertainment is moving ahead at lightning speed.
Not only are service providers dueling with each other, suppliers are now competing with services of their own.
The dispute has left 3 million cable subscribers in the New York area without Fox programming.
-Networks is gearing up for the cable industry's converged multiservice access platform.
Armstrong has expanded its video-on-demand service in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
The boards of directors of the SCTE and of CTAM both elected leaders for their respective 2010-2011 terms.
Suddenlink's Max 107.0 wideband service went live yesterday in Lubbock and three other Texas communities
Time Warner Cable launched its Remote DVR Manager service in five markets yesterday.
Cox Business has deployed gear from Calix in several of its markets.
Rapid deployment of bandwidth was the key.
The company also adds support for IPv6 to its C4.