Customers are demanding lower latencies to and from huge data centers that have been built in the Northwest by the likes of Google and Facebook.
Boeing Satellite Systems is its biggest unsecured creditor, with a disputed $7.5 million claim, followed by Alcatel-Lucent with a $7.3 million disputed claim.
Voyager Mobile, the latest prepaid MVNO to resell Sprint’s 3G and WiMAX service, has delayed today’s launch because of an attack on its website.
Rogers Business Solutions is now offering its SIP trunking services to enterprises in Canada that are seeking scalable voice services while using less equipment.
Dynamic ad insertion vendor This Technology has added former Motorola and Broadbus Technologies executive Jeffery Binder to its board of directors.
The MVNO, and the latest prepaid carrier to enter the market, is using Sprint’s 3G and WiMAX networks.
Some reports speculated that Dish Network head Charlie Ergen could step in.
Liberty Global’s UPC Wholesale has combined local fiber networks in 10 European countries into a pan-European local access service that enables an end-to-end Ethernet service.
CableLabs’ booth at the upcoming Cable Show will demonstrate how cable is moving at a gallop to innovate, with everything from augmented reality to a new way to tag and ID video content.
The company has deployed Ciena’s reconfigurable switching systems and plans to extend 100G networking to its Metro networks in 2013.
Cox Communications has developed a new internal channel for Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
After passing regulatory muster, SeaChange announced that it had completed the sale of its broadcast server and storage unit to a private investment group that has named the newly formed company XOR Media.
Leveraging its success with Comcast, the transcoder vendor will power multi-screen services from Columbus Communications.
Microsoft hopes leveraging the data it gets from partner Facebook will allow it to craft a search engine that really does provide more relevant results.
Mediacom Communications released unaudited financial results for the first quarter, which included a boost in data subscribers that somewhat offset its basic video subscriber losses.
iO subscribers will be able to rent some movies for two days, with no additional charge, but only on some movies.
The new VSN200 2 x 2 Optical Node can be deployed in existing housings, with the only other items to be swapped out being an Electronics Package (E-Pack) and a new lid.
The carrier is also making some modest progress with its DSL-based video product, Prism TV, adding 15,000 subs in the quarter.
Ericsson plans to hold on to its services businesses, refuting recent predictions by rival Nokia Siemens Networks that infrastructure vendors will be forced to shed their “low-end” deals.
Consumers’ seemingly insatiable desire for Wi-Fi connectivity is driving the carrier equipment market to double-digit growth that will culminate in a $2.1 billion worldwide market by 2016.
Neustar, through subsidiaries and acquisitions, has a wide range of IP and Web services and has recently gotten into location-based services using wireless networks.
Comcast continues to rack up customer wins for its Metro Ethernet service, with the latest addition being Pennsylvania-based Sarris Candies.
SeaChange International has extended the shelf life of older, QAM-based set-top boxes with the release of its Nitro Now software.
DSL Expresse 2.7 equips telcos with multi-tenancy features that prepare for vectoring in unbundled environments, advanced diagnostics and line optimization.