Comcast Business has made Houston the latest target for its cloud-based unified communications (UC) services set in a bid to win SMBs away from regional incumbent AT&T.
Kris Rinne, Senior VP of Network Technologies for AT&T Labs, has been named as ATIS' new chair of its board of directors.
AT&T has decided to drop a $1.15 million suit against Salem, Mass. business owner Michael Smith, a victim of a phone hacking scheme.
AT&T added several new features to apps it has developed for Apple's iPad and iPhone, and began offering subscribers on-demand content from HBO, Cinemax, Starz, Encore, Movieplex and Music Choice.
Sprint Nextel expects to offer unlimited data service for Apple's LTE-compatible iPhone 5 when it comes out this fall, that is, if the rumored iPhone 5 actually launches and if Sprint gets it.
Despite the benefits of FTTH, copper-based DSL continues to be king. According to ABI Research, there were over 367 million DSL subscribers worldwide in 2011.
ATIS' Cloud Services Forum has developed a new program to conduct live testing of network interconnection and interoperability of telepresence services in a service provider network environment.
Google rejected a proposal from nonprofit groups that wanted to resell high-speed Internet access from the fiber network the Internet giant is building in Kansas City, Kan., and Kansas City, Missouri.
AT&T has come to an agreement over content fees with AMC Networks, meaning the service provider will continue to be able to offer IFC, Sundance and WE tv content to its U-verse TV subscriber base.
AMC Networks lost 14 million subscribers over the weekend after Dish Network pulled its flagship channel, IFC and WE from its lineup. But the programmer signed a new contract with AT&T which will keep it in about 4 million U-verse TV homes.