Content tagged with Optical
Energy Bill Shocks Orange Into Action
News Analysis | 9/24/2014 | 4 comments
French giant is addressing its power consumption, and improving its customer experience, as its annual power bill trajectory takes it towards $1 billion by 2020, says executive.
North KC Says Free Gigabit for All
News Analysis | 9/16/2014 | 8 comments
The city turns over operation of its municipal fiber network to a local data center with the caveat that residents will get free gigabit services for the duration of the 10-year deal.
JDSU to Split in Two
News Analysis | 9/10/2014 | Post a comment
JDSU will split into two different companies along the line of its current optical and network and service enablement groups.
Eurobites: Scotland Gets a Gigabit City
News Analysis | 9/3/2014 | 4 comments
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia Networks gets busy for the fall; chip vendors fined €138 million by European Commission for cartel; AlcaLu does 100G in Spain.
C Spire Goes Gigabit in Jackson
News Analysis | 9/2/2014 | 3 comments
The service provider adds Mississippi's capital to its statewide roster of cities targeted for service on its gigabit fiber-to-the-home network.
NEC Wins Deal to Build SEA-US Subsea Cable
News Wire Feed | 8/29/2014 | Post a comment
A consortium of seven global telecommunications companies agreed today to cooperate in the construction and operation of a new submarine cable system that directly connects Southeast Asia and the US.
GVTC Takes Gigabit to School
News Analysis | 8/29/2014 | 3 comments
The Texas carrier, which is also building a gigabit FTTH network, is equipping Boerne Independent School District to be able to integrate technology into its curriculum.
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