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CenturyLink, Windstream enhance their U.S. Ethernet standing, says VSG

CenturyLink and Windstream are both becoming growing forces in the Ethernet services market through their aggressive copper and fiber network expansion efforts. According to Vertical Systems Group's 2103 U.S. Incumbent Carrier Ethernet Leaderboard, CenturyLink and Windstream saw the largest growth of out of this group, which continues to be led by AT&T and Verizon.

Frontier Communications tries a nationwide VoIP approach with Mitel

The rural broadband carrier becomes the latest to offer Mitel's MiCloud components and AnyWare service, but this time outside Frontier's comfort zone.

Windstream takes top spot in VoIP access, SIP trunking services market, says Frost

Windstream has taken the top spot in the 2012 North American VoIP access and session initiation protocol trunking market with more than 22 percent market share, according to analysis by Frost & Sullivan.

Nexcom taps Windstream for cloud services

Windstream Hosted Solutions has entered into an agreement with Nexcom under which Nexcom will use Windstream's line of cloud-based services to target small- and mid-sized companies with mobile workforces.

Windstream broadens UC availability

Windstream has announced nationwide availability of its managed unified communications offering--IP Simple Solutions--which extends VoIP and IP-PBX offerings across the service provider's nationwide network.

Windstream offers business VoIP to 100 new cities

Windstream (Nasdaq: WIN) provides video, Internet and phone service to large swaths of the U.S. population. This week they added 100 more cities to their list of potential VoIP customers. The service

Windstream launches new VoIP/SIP service

Windstream is launching a new VoIP and SIP Trunking solution called Dynamic Office-SIP. The tier 2 telco's business services solution will combine voice, data, high-speed Internet with IP

SkyWi deadbeats independent carriers, New Mexico customers

In a letter sent to the New Mexico Public Regulations Commission (PRC) on Tuesday, SkyWi said it no longer has the financial resources to do business in the state. The PRC has subsequently and