Verizon Exec: New MEF E-Line Standard Will Help Buying and Selling of Network Access

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Wholesale Ethernet access services got a boost when industry association MEF developed standards to simplify the process of ordering and provisioning services that span multiple carrier networks. MEF now aims to take that further for what it calls “managed access E-Line” service that can eliminate...Learn More

Exec: ThingSpace Plays a Key Role in Supporting Verizon Global IoT Connectivity

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When Verizon ThingSpace was launched in October 2015, the company called it a “self-service web interface” that would allow users to “manage their Internet of Things (IoT) environments” and would give developers the ability to build IoT solutions using Verizon’s “extensive capabilities and innovation resources.”...Learn More

EXCLUSIVE: AT&T, Verizon Outline FirstNet Interoperability Details; Rural Specifics Remain Light

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AT&T and Verizon have been conducting a sort of press release duel in recent months with regard to public safety communications. Verizon traditionally has had the largest share of that market, but AT&T gained a tremendous edge when it won contracts and spectrum to build...Learn More

Juniper Exec on Metro Network Evolution: Not Just Transport Any More

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Moving forward, metro networks will be less about transport and more about being service-centric, said Juniper Networks Director of Product Marketing Management Donyel Jones-Williams in an interview. Juniper today announced three products that will play a key role in supporting the company’s vision for metro...Learn More

FCC Poised to Reverse Net Neutrality, Title II Decisions

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The FCC will vote next month on an order that would reverse Net Neutrality guidelines imposed in 2015 under the previous administration, senior commission officials told reporters today. The order also would reclassify broadband as a more lightly regulated Title I information service – reversing...Learn More

Comporium Boosts Broadband Speeds

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October 20, 2017  — ROCK HILL, S.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–For Comporium broadband customers waiting for their next speed boost, the wait is over. Beginning on Wednesday morning, the local broadband provider began increasing internet connection speeds for nearly 75,000 cable modem customers. The latest round of customers should...Learn More

AT&T Asks FCC to Take Action on “Nefarious” Inter-Carrier Compensation Practices

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 AT&T last week asked the FCC to address what it called “nefarious” inter-carrier compensation(ICC) practices including unusually high tandem switching and transport access charges and non-competitive 800-number database dips. In a blog post AT&T noted that such practices are counter-productive to FCC efforts to phase...Learn More

Open-IX Pursues Lower-Reliability Edge Data Center Standards

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At a time when some data center operators are trying to one-up each other on reliability, it might seem surprising to learn that open standards organization Open-IX is moving in the opposite direction. The organization is working on edge data center standards that would be...Learn More

Telecom IPX is Hot Topic at International Telecoms Week

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Telecom IPX is a hot topic, as the results of a survey presented at International Telecoms Week in Chicago yesterday revealed. In a survey of global telecom wholesalers conducted by Capacity Media, 69% cited IP exchange (IPX) as a game changing technology that was on their company’s...Learn More

FCC Approval for Charter TWC Bright House Merger Received

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FCC approval for Charter TWC Bright House merger plans, announced late Friday, means the deal could close soon. The only remaining hurdle is the California Public Utilities Commission, which is expected to vote to approve the deal this week. Charter’s plan to acquire Time Warner...Learn More

Level 3 and Google Reach Settlement-Free Interconnection Agreement

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. and BROOMFIELD, Colo., Jan. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT) and Google announced they have reached a new multi-year, settlement-free interconnection agreement between their global backbone networks that will help both companies meet their customers’ needs into the next...Learn More

Ritter/ NewWave Deal: Network Interconnection Targets Wholesale Market

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Updated later January 12 Arkansas-based rural network operator Ritter Communications has reached a deal to interconnect its network with that of NewWave Communications, the nation’s 14th largest cable company, which provides communications services to residential and business customers in parts of Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana,...Learn More

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