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Telcos make progress with IPTV, but cable gains upper hand in triple play battle

While traditional telcos have been making progress in fighting back landline voice loss with the introduction of new IPTV services, cable appears to be taking the lead. As pointed out in

AT&T recruits 100 technicians to build out U-verse in Kansas

As AT&T (NYSE: T) expands its U-verse service throughout Kansas, the service provider will hire about 100 new technicians with a focus on Kansas City, Kan. Following a similar hiring drive in

Telefonica Brazil gets ready to launch TV service

Telefonica Brazil (NYSE: TEF), including its Telesp subsidiary, plans to debut its Imagenio-branded TV services throughout the country. Although Telefonica already provides TV services to about

GVT debuts new satellite-based pay-TV service in Brazil

Vivendi's GVT has introduced a new DTH satellite service in Sao Paulo, Brazil in its first move to challenge the country's area cable operators Net Servicos, TVA and Sky, which have enjoyed a near

Brazil telcos get green light to offer TV service

Brazil's IPTV market growth may be less than stellar, but that could change as the country's president Dilma Rousseff passed a law that eliminates restrictions on telcos providing pay TV. This latest

ThePlatform scores win with Liberty Global for online video management

ThePlatform, Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCA) online video unit, has been on a roll, last month announcing a reseller deal with Real Life Ventures AB in Sweden to extend video publishing, management and

AT&T, American Express create pact to deliver technology solutions to SMBs

AT&T (NYSE: T) and American Express OPEN believe they can help small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) overcome challenges in procuring telecom services on a tight budget. Looking to serve as an

First Communications puts Telcordia into its back office

First Communications, an Akron, Ohio-based competitive service provider, is leveraging Telcordia's Next-Gen OSS to address customer growth in both its business and wholesale service business

Telmex's dominant power means facing tighter regulations

Telmex (NYSE: TMX) may still hold the title as Mexico's largest telco, but that position could come with the price of tightened regulatory scrutiny. Cofeco, Mexico's competition commission upheld an

Enablence returns to its component roots, sells off Trident7, MAGNM product lines

Enablence's former CEO Arvind Chhatbar had good intentions to transform the component company into an integrated vendor that also sold last mile access systems, but its recent decision to sell off