Sunday, June 17, 2012

Telecom Provider News For June...MPLS, Fiber, Cloud Services & More

Here's the news from the Telecommunications industry for June 2012 ..... covering MPLS, dark fiber, Cloud services, and more:

* AT&T - announced that it has reached a tentative agreement for a one-year contract extension for nearly 7,000 core wireline workers in the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

* Cbeyond - announced the limited release of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 beta offerings. Working with Microsoft to offer the new Windows Server 2012 - the industry's first cloud-ready server - Cbeyond is one of the few companies offering beta versions of the new solution.

* Ernest Communications - is officially E-rate compliant, enabling support for government opportunities across the country.

* Integra Telecom - has expanded its Carrier Ethernet over Copper network to more than 120 central offices, which the company says will help it reach more than 400,000 businesses.

* Verizon - Verizon plans to deploy the Juniper Networks PTX Series in major markets in the U.S. and Europe by the end of this year, giving the company the densest multiprotocol label switching platform (MPLS) available in the industry, with an initial capacity of eight terabits per second. * Windstream - has brought its enterprise service suite to Las Vegas, a move that will clearly challenge both existing incumbent telco CenturyLink and cable operator Cox Business that have already been providing business services in Sin City for a number of years.

* Zayo Group - is adding more fiber to its already-significant stockpile with the purchase of FiberGate, a dark fiber services company operating in the Washington, D.C. metro area. The acquisition includes 130,000 miles of fiber, and foreshadows a boost in bandwidth for businesses and government agencies in the nation's capital.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Scott Walker said...

Thanks alot for such an informative post. The best part of the agreement is that the wire line workers have been given extension in their contract which will lead to mutual benefit contributing in overall progress. Hats Off!

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