The U.S. military hopes to install a $40 million underwater fiber-optic cable that could improve communications at Guantanamo Bay.
Public Knowledge and the Rural Telecommunications Group (RTG) want the FCC to delay its review of Verizon's AWS acquisition for the third time.
Verizon Wireless is working to refute Sprint's claims that its $3.9 billion purchase of AWS spectrum and marketing deals with a group of cable providers will reduce competition and raise prices for backhaul.
Despite repeated alerts, tens of thousands of Americans may still lose their Internet service unless they do a quick check of their computers for malware.
C Spire Wireless' first round of LTE equipment won't support its 700 MHz spectrum, network vendor Alcatel-Lucent said.
Verizon and MetroPCS have laid out their argument against the FCC's net neutrality regulations in a brief.
Cable operators’ rollout of DOCSIS 3.0-based data services and digitization efforts in developing economies were cited as key drivers.
The television service we have might be called Digital Television 1.0, but the ATSC is in the final stage of designing the features of Digital Television 2.0. What about 3.0?
AT&T has reached an agreement with AMC Networks and will keep showing its AMC, IFC Sundance and WE channels.
After naming Samsung as its LTE vendor, C Spire Wireless said that Alcatel-Lucent is building and deploying the network ahead of its debut.
Comcast will serve up extensive coverage of the presidential election in Mexico to its Xfinity MultiLatino subscribers.
The NCTA’s Rex Bullinger is retiring in style with two awards from the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers.
Dish Network said it would replace AMC Networks' channels with HDNet channels, ratcheting up a fee dispute.
The Vermont Telecommunications Authority has announced a $378,200 grant award to Topsham Communications to deploy fiber-optic cable
The MSO agrees to pay a fine levied by the FCC for failing to fully comply with a condition of its merger with NBCUniversal.
Liberty Global subsidiary LGI Broadband Operations and Searchlight Capital Partners have teamed up to buy Puerto Rico-based cable operator OneLink.
Verizon was aiming to speed along the FCC's review of its AWS purchase by swapping some spectrum with T-Mobile USA, but that strategy has now resulted in a delay.
Challengers to Verizon Wireless' purchase of nationwide AWS spectrum say the operator's agreement to swap spectrum with T-Mobile USA won't fix the competitive harms of the transaction.
The FCC did not vote on a special access reform proposal, in turn granting by default petitions by AT&T to deregulate special access service in San Francisco, San Antonio and Oakland.
T-Mobile USA, one of the most vocal critics of Verizon's $3.9 billion AWS purchase, appears to have reached a truce with its larger competitor.
Verizon Wireless will move quickly to use the AWS spectrum it is paying $3.9 billion to acquire from four cable operators.
Secret negotiations among dozens of countries preparing for a United Nations summit could lead to changes in a global treaty that would diminish the Internet's role in economic growth and restrict the free flow of information.
The FCC approved the minimum technical requirements for its interoperable first responders network, which operates in the D-block of the 700 MHz band.
Google shareholders gave CEO Larry Page what he wanted by approving an unconventional stock split meant to cement his authority, but he wasn't around to hail the victory.
Verizon's top executive is aiming to use the company's spectrum deal with the cable industry as a key entry point for what he sees as the next major part of its business: mobile video.