Time Warner Cable's Business Class division began marketing four new wideband Internet and phone bundles to telecommuters.
CommScope's Argus UltraBand ultra-wideband antenna system is designed to support nine frequency bands for major air-interface standards, which the company said could reduce the number of antennas in operators' networks and lower their tower leasing costs.
Things are apparently different on the other side of the ocean when it comes to "superfast broadband services." Even though 60 percent of U.K. premises had access to high-speed broadband, only 7 percent of Internet connections were being used, according to Ofcom.
Google rejected a proposal from nonprofit groups that wanted to resell high-speed Internet access from the fiber network the Internet giant is building in Kansas City, Kan., and Kansas City, Missouri.
Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) struck a marketing deal with American Express to pitch its high-end SignatureHome product to the company's credit card holders. Under the agreement announced Thursday,
Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) says it'll market more aggressive promotions aimed at in luring subscribers from telephone and satellite TV rivals, including one year of free phone service to
RCN is challenging Washington D.C. incumbent cable MSO Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) with a new wideband Internet offer, charging subscribers $49.99 monthly to access a 50 Mbps Internet service. The cable
Following its upgrade to a DOCSIS 3.0 platform, cable overbuilder SureWest Communications is marketing wideband Internet service to subscribers in Kansas City. The company is targeting businesses
Boasting that can delivery speeds that are times faster than a T1 line, Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is pitching business customers Internet access speeds of up to 100 Mbps for $370 monthly. The cable MSO
Cable overbuilder WideOpenWest said it plans to begin marketing wideband Internet service tiers of 30 Mpbs and 50 Mbps by the end of the year. The company, which has been upgrading its systems to