The Federal Communications Commission needs to be the "cop on the beat" when it comes to policing broadband competition, said the agency's top official this week.
Facing public opposition, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has reversed course on its proposal for a broadband Internet service tax.
Cable companies have, so far, outdone telecoms in the drive to get broadband into homes. In the process, they have managed to take a huge chunk of phone business, in the form of VoIP, away from the
The migration of consumers from video to broadband viewing and the subsequent change in subscriber numbers in different segments of providers' quarterly reports, is telling: cable operators are
A recent report from analysts at Point Topic put forth some nice figures about the health of the VoIP market. They estimated that one in five broadband subscribers had a VoIP service connected as
I stand corrected. Every report that shows subscribers dropping from telco rolls has had me thinking that they've just switched to using VoIP service over broadband or their cell phones. The
MetaSwitch announced it signed more than 20 new ILEC customers in the second-quarter and now has deployed its IP communications software to more than 200 ILECs. The company said the strong growth in
TeliaSonera subsidiary NextGenTel announced it purchased 23,000 VoIP subscriber lines from Tele2 Norway. NextGenTel will pay roughly $15.5 million for the VoIP lines and 74,000 additional broadband
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With billions of dollars earmarked for broadband stimulus, Skype wants Silicon Valley to know how spending should be tweaked to "protect the innovation" for which the area is known. Currently, NTIA