Oregon tax laws could derail Google Fiber's deployment in Portland, potentially causing the company to pull out from a build it announced in February and taking hundreds of millions of investment dollars along with it, local officials fear.
Google Fiber has taken another step forward in its proposed move to bring its 1 Gbps service to Portland, Ore., by crafting a tentative franchise agreement with the city, reports The Oregonian. This is one of the first major cities where it has signed such an agreement.
Strategy Analytics says Comcast's new High-Speed 2go service--set to launch in Portland, Ore.--that bundles Clearwire's WiMAX service with its own broadband services, will put pressure on AT&T
One of Clearwire's cable partners, Comcast, launched its first WiMAX offering in Portland, Ore., where Clearwire rolled out service earlier this year. Comcast, serving as an MVNO on Clearwire's
Clearwire is quietly rolling out another WiMAX market. This time residents in Las Vegas can go to the company's web site and purchase Clearwire services. Last month, the operator did a soft-launch
Clearwire is getting more aggressive in its Portland, Ore., market, adding new pricing plans that include an unlimited home plan and a mobile package for $55 a month. Clearwire chief strategy officer
Clearwire's coverage maps on its website indicates that mobile WiMAX service is now available to most of the Atlanta metro area. Clearwire is not actively marketing the service, but WiMAX.com
Clearwire has begun a trial of voice-over-IP phones in Portland, Ore., and is looking to introduce mobile voice service next year, according to a report in Multichannel News. "The plan this year is
Cable provider Comcast, which owns a stake in WiMAX operator Clearwire, revealed it plans to resell Clearwire's WiMAX service in Portland, Ore., later this year. Clearwire launched commercially in
The industry has been waiting to hear whether Clearwire would significantly taper off its rollout of WiMAX across its footprint given the deteriorating economy, but executives reaffirmed during the