Robust UC offering intended to give MegaPath a competitive advantage, but it's just the latest in a series of changes and upgrades.
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.
Also in today's regional roundup: MTN tests Transport SDN; 2.4Tbit/s WDM with Huawei; Bluetooth chip specialist CSR rejects takeover bid; and more.
The acquisition of G4 gives the carrier a fourth New England data center and an entree into enterprise sectors.
The ultra-broadband era is driving fiber and WDM to the edge of the network.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: AT&T/Vodafone rumor returns; Swisscom offers WiFi option for mobile; Huawei's small cells in Iceland.
Optical transport vendors are finding growing business opportunities with web content firms even as their overall market shrinks.
Based on initial deployment in North Carolina, Frontier sees a new role for WiFi as part of an SMB service bundle that can be monetized.
Both service providers gain Ethernet-port market share in the latest US rankings by Vertical Systems Group, climbing to sixth place and eighth place, respectively.
Important products were delayed, and carriers are waiting.
Testing in Telefónica's lab shows Brocade Vyatta vRouter delivers 80Gbit/s performance, well suited to carrier NFV needs.
Intel buys ARM processor assets to make it better equipped for the future of mobile equipment and SDN-enabled data center gear.
The backhaul network operator has built a 100G route from Dallas to Jackson, Miss., to provide more capacity for all kinds of rural service providers.
Cisco announced up to 6,000 layoffs as it barely stopped its quarterly revenue decline. But the SDN business is looking good.
But revenue for 2014 was $47.1 billion, down 3%.
Following three consecutive quarters of revenue decline, Cisco might shake things up.
In the gigabit, all-IP era, many major multi-location businesses still need POTS lines and basic broadband.
Cyan CEO Mark Floyd says Cyan has one of its biggest orders ever on the horizon.
The continuing rollout of gigabit networks across the country stands in stark contrast to the average Internet access speeds in US states.
Bolt Fiber Optic Services will use ETI's Overture software suite for operations and customer care functions, and to turn its video headend into a multi-tenant platform.
SPIT giant acquires Spanish rich communications and WebRTC gateway specialist Solaiemes.
Top technologist will boost Infinera data center work, and is the second leading exec to leave Verizon for the vendor world in recent months.
One early indication of whether the tw telecom deal will bear the hoped-for fruit will be how its dynamic bandwidth capacity is handled.
A Juniper Networks poll finds a little more than half the companies surveyed have SDN deployment plans, while the rest have none.
A telco co-op in Texas readies a gigabit network in its region north of San Antonio to prep customers for all service eventualities.
Carriers are taking the lead for data center virtualization, leaving vendors to catch up, say Heavy Reading analysts Roz Roseboro and Jim Hodges.
Test system vendor extends its portfolio from the wireless handset and radio access network to the evolved packet core (EPC), taking on some entrenched incumbents in the process.
Wholesale operators GCX and Pacnet are both being eyed up by the same Chinese-backed firm.