While Nextlink Internet has been able to push gigabit-level speeds over fixed wireless access (FWA) in a limited fashion, discover how they are now looking to scale up and expand that capability by tapping into fresh spectrum in the 6GHz band.
As company Harmonic seeks out fiber-focused deployments of CableOS, its virtualized cable modem termination system (vCMTS), they are seeing deployments of targeted fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) networks among various cable operators in greenfields, as well as in certain brownfield areas where hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) networks already exist.
While some of the nation’s biggest 5G mobile network operators own extensive fiber holdings around the country, and argue that such ownership is critical to their long-term success, others are building extensive 5G mobile networks without owning any fiber whatsoever. Gain inside analytical knowledge into this important topic.
Altice USA has pulled the trigger on a decision to rebrand its rural-facing Suddenlink footprint under the company’s soon-to-be all-encompassing “Optimum” brand, which was revealed in concert with a broader “Let’s Reconnect” consumer campaign focusing on customer experience and customer service.
Companies can get $1,500 worth of free ads on Spectrum Reach when they subscribe to any of Charter’s mobile, internet, voice or video services in most markets. The offer, aimed at small and medium-sized businesses, includes campaign customization assistance.
NTIA handed out a total of $277.2 million for projects which will connect more than 133,000 households across 12 states and Guam. Most of these will focus on providing last mile connectivity, though two will also include middle mile work.
Charter Communications has allocated about $1 billion this year to fund its array of rural construction projects, including unserved areas that will benefit from the operator’s take in the first Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) auction.
As the telecommunications industry lurches into 2022, there are several ongoing trends for service providers that could come to the fore as 5G investments are expanded, edge computing applications arrive and the battle for broadband subscribers takes an interesting turn.
With Wi-Fi 6E considered a technology prime for adoption by cable operators, discover how CableLabs, as part of a trio, took the new technology through its paces in a field test that delivered speeds in excess of 1 Gbit/s in certain scenarios.
Discover how Comcast Business is completing its $28 million fiber installation across mid-Atlantic regions in order to provide 100 gigabit service to large enterprises and 1 gig to smaller businesses along with cybersecurity, business TV and 4G backup.
Charter Communications said it has committed $1 million to the 2021 Spectrum Digital Education grant program, supporting nonprofit organizations that educate community members on the benefits of broadband.
Discover how securing the “middle portion” of networks is the largest challenge companies face as Comcast Business Enterprise Solutions is providing enterprises with cybersecurity services, including virtual desktop infrastructures, multi-factor authentication and zero-trust architectures.
Comcast Business inked a deal to acquire cloud and software-defined networking company Masergy, seeking to strengthen its ability to serve large enterprises with a global footprint.
AT&T and Verizon have been widely mocked for their mostly unsuccessful forays into the media and content industry. In the wake of their retreat, both companies have pledged to double down on their connectivity businesses.
Charter Communications said its Spectrum Community Investment Loan Fund will invest $1 million in a North Carolina non-profit that helps small businesses in the state.
Many Senate Democrats urged the Federal Communications Commission to let E-rate broadband subsidies be used for remote learning. The group of 37 lawmakers cited President Joe Biden’s order “to increase connectivity options for students lacking reliable home broadband.”
Sparklight Business has rolled out optical wavelength connectivity for medium- and large-sized companies in the 21 states where it has markets. The service is based on fiber and supports speeds between 10 and 100 gigabits per second.
Comcast Business has added Cisco Meraki to its Teleworker VPN platform, giving enterprises a central connection hub for remote workers. Companies can provide the cloud-native service at their offices or host it in Secure Gateway Service locations that Comcast manages.
Spectrum Enterprise, the big business services unit of Charter Communications, is entering the federal government services market in a big way through a partnership and equity investment in Core Technologies (CTI).