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AT&T, NEC, Corning test 32 Tbps connection

AT&T and vendor partners NEC America and Corning have worked together to test 32 Tbps transmission over a 580-km fiber link. The transmission was executed at 114 Gigabits per second over each of

AT&T buying some of Verizon's Alltel assets for $2.35B

AT&T will buy a large portion of the assets rival Verizon Wireless was required to divest from as a condition of its acquisition of Alltel for $2.35 billion, the company announced late Friday.

AT&T moves closer to embedded wireless vision

One of the big impediments to AT&T's embedded wireless vision has been resolved. The company yesterday inked an exclusive deal with M2M firm Jasper Wireless to have Jasper provide the

Rumor Mill: Did AT&T pick Ericsson, Alca-Lu, Huawei for LTE trial?

A report from UBS equity research indicates AT&T has short-listed Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and Huawei for its trial of LTE technology. UBS says it believes AT&T could ultimately select two of

WiFi becoming valuable customer retention tool

Verizon Communications' WiFi strategy may be deja vu all over again. According to a piece in the Wall Street Journal, the operator is reportedly preparing to offer its home broadband service

AT&T calls for FCC to reconsider Cox baseball programming access

AT&T is calling upon the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reconsider its complaint against Cox in San Diego. AT&T wants access to San Diego Padres games carried by Cox for its

AT&T partners with Hertz on embedded wireless

AT&T signed a three-year deal with rental car provider Hertz that will allow Hertz workers to wirelessly monitor and manage cars in the company's short-term rental Connect by Hertz program. The

Video cord proving hard to cut

Telco TV subscriber figures are not the only indicator of how TV service providers are making their way through a harsh economy, but the TV subscriber numbers from the two largest telcos in the U.S.

Report: Apple talking to Verizon about iPhone

Apple is having discussions with Verizon Wireless about bringing the iconic iPhone to the carrier, according to a report in USA Today, a move that would unsettle the balance of power between Verizon

CWA President: AT&T strike "a tactic we may yet use"

Speaking at the union's first ever e-meeting Thursday, CWA President Larry Cohen said a strike against AT&T remains a "tactic we may yet use" against the company. However, the union and its