Verizon CTO Tony Melone turned away from the wireless industry's sometimes hyperbolic optimism about new technologies during an investor conference.
The company deploys Cisco’s ASR 9000 router to support backhaul services for wireless carriers.
After buying nine companies since 2006, Windstream said that it is streamlining management positions by cutting 375 to 400 jobs.
Starting next month, Verizon will push its broadband speed needle up to 300 Mbps on the downstream, with 65 Mbps on the upstream.
RCN plans to roll out the service later this year, accessible through its TiVo set-tops.
Surprise! Internet traffic continues to increase, according to a pair of forecasts. The question in some quarters will be how to monetize the growth.
Charter drops in 20 more HD channels in Michigan, for a total of 100.
Time Warner Cable posted a blog and video yesterday about how the cable operator overcomes the frequency noise that is associated with Fleet Week in New York City.
Sprint plans to shut down its iDEN network as early as June 30, 2013, allowing it to reuse the service's spectrum for LTE.
The head of the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau has resigned after a tumultuous one-year term.
The company’s FieldSmart Hub Collapse Cabinet (HCC) can house both optical components and fiber terminations.
The company includes a dual-stack approach that will enable operators to support both IPv4 and IPv6 equipment.
The company’s board adds expertise in finance, small-cap companies and turnaround situations.
Comcast has added on-demand streaming capabilities to Android devices on its free Xfinity TV Player app.
Sprint has landed a $1 billion credit facility that will provide extra cash for its network upgrade project.
Residential gateways are adding to service providers’ bottom lines by enabling new services.
Cisco is taking the axe to its Cius enterprise-grade tablet because of "market transitions" stemming from the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend.
The 2012 election could be decided by the campaign that better exploits voters' Internet data.
UXP Systems and Motorola Mobility bested 35 other companies to win The Cable Show’s CIO.IT | Competition 2012 in Boston.
Cox Communications CTO Kevin Hart outlines the company’s key projects and initiatives.
Comcast is set to expand the home monitoring and control service in California’s state capital.
The company is launching a targeted ad service that scans social media sites and can aim ads at people who specifically mention a product or product category.
The same senator that asked the FCC and Justice Department to block AT&T's merger with T-Mobile USA is now asking the agencies to "carefully scrutinize" Verizon's AWS spectrum purchase and marketing deals with four cable companies.
Sprint will be able to use its 800 MHz spectrum for CDMA and LTE after the FCC passed regulations permitting more flexible use of the band.
Google's Internet search engine receives more complaints about websites believed to be infringing on Microsoft's copyrights than it does about material produced by entertainment companies pushing for tougher online piracy laws.