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AT&T's wireless revenue drops as it adds 2.8M connections in Q4

AT&T posted mixed quarterly results, adding 2.8 million new connections but seeing a drop in wireless revenue year-over-year.

Corning sees data centers, FTTH opportunities ramping amidst poor Q1 2016 outlook

Corning's optical networking segment is finding fortune in the FTTH and data center market segments, but spending patterns within these segments vary due to the timing of build out cycles.

AT&T uses outdoor DAS and fiber to blanket Colorado ski resort with cell coverage

WINTER PARK, CO.--AT&T outfitted a Colorado ski resort with an outdoor distributed antenna system (DAS) using 26 antennas and four miles of fiber-optic cable slung through chairlift cables to provide skiers with better coverage and improved capacity.

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon led wireless advertising in 2015

Whether it is Verizon's colored balls commercial or T-Mobile CEO John Legere's infamous competition rants, it's clear that wireless operators spend a lot of money advertising their brands.

AT&T sees uptick in consumer, business IP services in two Southeast markets

AT&T saw growing acceptance by consumers and businesses of its IP-based services in Alabama and Florida, noting a sequential uptick in migration from TDM in the third quarter.

Republicans argue that Netflix, Amazon don't require anything near 25 Mbps

The FCC's 25 Mbps broadband definition is facing a fresh round of criticism from a number of Senate Republicans who say that video streaming sites such as Netflix and Amazon require speeds that are far lower than the regulator's requirement.

Rumor mill: AT&T preparing bid for piece of Time Warner Inc.

With a series of cryptic moves on Wall Street leading hedge funders and other trading-community denizens scratching their heads, there is speculation that AT&T is about to close in on a major media acquisition.

AT&T, Gogo trade barbs over power levels in 800 MHz band

Representatives of in-flight wireless Internet provider Gogo recently met with FCC officials to discuss what the company describes as "potentially misleading claims" made by AT&T in support of AT&T's petition for a waiver of FCC rules related to power requirements in the 800 MHz band.

Rivada: Carriers are not the only potential bidders for FirstNet

While a lot of speculation has centered on which wireless operators will participate in FirstNet's bidding process, Rivada Networks wants to remind everyone that it's in the running as well.

On the topic of encryption, it's AT&T's Randall Stephenson vs. Apple's Tim Cook

AT&T CEO Randall Stevenson said Congress should determine U.S. policies regarding encryption rather than tech companies, The Wall Street Journal reported. Stevenson, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, broke stride with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who has repeatedly objected to criticism of the encryption being used in iPhones.