Windstream is now offering its Advanced Application Reporting product for enterprise business customers throughout its entire U.S. network footprint, giving enterprises near real-time visibility into their WAN traffic.
Ericsson said that its share of the overall network equipment market slumped from 27 per cent in 2011 to 24 per cent in 2012, based upon preliminary company data.
Billing system vendor Amdocs today launched a product suite that cable operators and satellite TV providers may be able to use to sell online video services to subscribers.
Ericsson surprised analysts by reporting fourth-quarter sales figures above estimates helped by North American orders rising sharply to €1.97 billion the fourth quarter, a 51 per cent increase. overall net sales grew 5 per cent year-over-year to €7.77 billion.
Infinera on Friday completed Ericsson's Operations Systems Modification for the Integration of Network Elements (OSMINE) Services process for its DTN-X and DTN platforms, a designation that will help it gain further appeal with RBOCs.
This has been a crazy busy week for Nokia Siemens Networks, with a unit's closure and two divestitures dominating the news. But ultimately it appears the company is on the right track when it comes to ridding itself of non-core assets and ensuring its continued existence.
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) will close its unprofitable services unit as it looks to reduce costs. The closure of the unit is part of a larger wave of asset sales the vendor announced this week.
Nokia Siemens Networks on Wednesday reached a deal to sell its Business Support Systems business to Redknee, signifying another move it has made to sharpen its focus on the mobile broadband market segment.
AT&T on Tuesday signed an agreement with Fiserv to expand its CheckFreePay walk-in bill payment for its wireline and wireless customers.
O2 UK is spending £10 million to replace its central customer database with a more proven system after two recent outages impacted millions of customers.