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    1. Lumos Networks names Timothy Blitz as CEO

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 27 2012)

      Lumos Networks names Timothy Blitz as CEO

      Blitz comes to Lumos at a time when the service provider continues its journey as a separate company focused on growing its data services, including fiber-based Metro Ethernet and IP-based voice services.

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    2. Integra expands Ethernet services in Phoenix metro market

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      Integra expands Ethernet services in Phoenix metro market

      US communications services provider Integra Telecom has expanded the delivery of Ethernet services to more than 200 building locations in the Phoenix metro market...

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    3. Time Warner Cable: Business Services Lead Growth

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      Time Warner Cable: Business Services Lead Growth

      "Excluding the impacts from acquisitions, business services revenue growth was due primarily to increases in high-speed data and voice subscribers and growth in cell tower backhaul and Metro Ethernet revenues," Time Warner Cable explained in its first-quarter earnings.

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      Mentions:   Time Warner Cable

    4. Transforming Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Concepts into Business Winning Realities

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      Transforming Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Concepts into Business Winning Realities

      Please join us for the first in the 2012 series of webinars brought to you by Carrier Ethernet News to learn how service providers are Transforming Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Concepts into Business Winning Realities.  

      NOTE: The date of this webinar has changed.  It is now May 16, 2012 at 14:00GMT (10am U.S. ET),

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      Mentions:   Metro Ethernet Forum

    5. Zayo wraps up integration of 360Networks' long haul network

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      Zayo wraps up integration of 360Networks' long haul network

      Zayo Group has completed another step in building its empire by completing the integration of 360Networks' long haul network. Zayo now has a combined national network that spans 45,000 route miles in 42 states and over 70 metro markets. Existing 360networks and Zayo customers will be able to tap into deeper metro asset network links in key markets such as Denver, Phoenix, Spokane, Las Vegas and others to get access to the larger national footprint. Zayo will also provide interconnect points between the formerly independent networks in 11 other locations in the Midwest, Northwest, and West states. Additionally, customers ...

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      Mentions:   Zayo Group   Zayo   Comcast Business Services

    6. Gamma Telecom launches new Ethernet-based services

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      Gamma Telecom launches new Ethernet-based services

      UK business telecommunications provider Gamma Telecom has launched a new range of Ethernet-based services.

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    7. Primus fans out Ethernet over Copper reach into more Canadian cities

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      Primus fans out Ethernet over Copper reach into more Canadian cities

      Primus Canada, PTGi's Canadian subsidiary, will give more businesses in its serving areas the option to purchase its Ethernet over Copper (EoC)-based BEX (Business Ethernet Xtended) service. Driven by what it says is greater demand for the service that it initially launched last March targeting SMBs, BEX is now available in Vancouver, Edmonton, Brampton and London, Canada.  

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      Mentions:   NuVox   MegaPath

    8. AT&T next-gen business services represent $6.2B wireline revenue stream

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      AT&T next-gen business services represent $6.2B wireline revenue stream

      While AT&T's wireline segment continues to suffer the expected growing pains of declining POTS voice revenue and legacy business services, IP-based business communications continues to rise, a trend that was evident in its Q1 2012 financial results. 

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      Mentions:   NuVox   Zayo Group   Integra Telecom

    9. Price Disparities In The Ethernet World

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      Price Disparities In The Ethernet World

      As enterprises around the world replace traditional SDH/SONET private-line networks with newer-generation point-to-point Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS) and port-based VPLS services, carriers have expanded their Ethernet network footprints rapidly to keep up with the demand. 

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      Mentions:   TeleGeography

    10. AT&T wireline rises 2.4% with strong gains in next-gen consumer, business services

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      AT&T wireline rises 2.4% with strong gains in next-gen consumer, business services

      The saving grace for AT&T's (NYSE: T) wireline unit in Q1 2012 continues to be its IP-based consumer U-verse service and next-gen businesses services, the company's Tuesday morning report shows. Click here for selected slides from AT&T's investor presentation. AT&T's wireline operating income was $1.8 billion, up 2.4 percent over Q1 2011, yet down 1.2 percent from Q4 2011. Likewise, total Q1 wireline revenues were $14.9 billion, down 0.8 percent versus the same period in 2011 and down slightly sequentially. However, AT&T said that "improved consumer and ...

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    11. IIJ to launch VPN service with NTT Flet's Hikari service

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      IIJ to launch VPN service with NTT Flet's Hikari service

      Internet Initiative Japan will release a VPN service on 07 May that uses the internet connection service provided as part of the NTT East and NTT West Flet's Hikari Next (NGN) service... When there are sites in both the east and west, either the internet VPN or wide area Ethernet can be used to link the two regions

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      Mentions:   NTT

    12. Vaioni launches Wholesale Ethernet service

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      Vaioni launches Wholesale Ethernet service

      UK wholesale internet connectivity and internet security company Vaioni has launched its Wholesale Ethernet offering. This allows service providers, cloud operators and VNOs to offer Ethernet services to customers. 

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    13. Congrats Vodafone, but heed Groucho Marx

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      Congrats Vodafone, but heed Groucho Marx

      It’s about time for a shakeup. And for a mere £1 billion (US$1.7 billion) in cash, Vodafone may pull it off. If successful, its bid for Cable & Wireless Worldwide creates nothing less than a new top-tier player in the global enterprise telecoms market. Not least, Vodafone’s move underscores a truth that mobile network operators [...]

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      Mentions:   Telefónica   Informa   Deutsche Telekom

    14. Wireline in the first quarter of 2012

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 20 2012)

      Wireline in the first quarter of 2012

      How did the wireline industry perform in the first quarter of 2012? Check in here throughout the first quarter earnings report season for a summary of results from the wireline industry's service providers and network equipment manufacturers. Each abbreviated summary links to a full article covering a provider's fourth quarter report. Also, don't forget to check out our second quarter 2011, third quarter 2011, and fourth quarter 2011 wrap-up pages. And check back in throughout the earnings season to see all of FierceTelecom's related Q1 2012 earnings. April 19 Verizon (NYSE: VZ)The carrier's wireline ...

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      Mentions:   NuVox   Frontier Communications   Zayo

    15. What Does Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Mean for the Enterprise? « IT Connection Blogs

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      What Does Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Mean for the Enterprise? « IT Connection Blogs

      Summary Bullets: * MEF CE 2.0 service provider certification is not yet available on end-to-end Ethernet services. * There are compelling benefits arising from CE 2.0, but it will take time before these reach corporate users. Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 was unveiled by Bob Metcalfe (the inventor of Ethernet) and the MEF during February of this year, and it is designed

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      Mentions:   SLA   Metro Ethernet Forum

    16. iGR Bullish on Carrier Ethernet Backhaul, but not Carrier Ethernet 2.0

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      iGR Bullish on Carrier Ethernet Backhaul, but not Carrier Ethernet 2.0

      By now readers have become accustomed to seeing skyrocketing mobile backhaul forecasts driven by huge mobile data usage. Nevertheless, research firm iGR caused a bit of a stir recently when its “U.S. Mobile Backhaul Forecast 2011-2016” predicted a particularly ambitious compound annual growth rate for mobile backhaul of nearly 58% between 2011 and 2016 – and fiber backhaul CAGR of nearly 85% over the same period.  

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    17. Windstream hits new wholesale note with carrier switched Ethernet product

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      Windstream hits new wholesale note with carrier switched Ethernet product

      Targeting both its wireline and wireless operator customers, the new service will provide customers access to its Ethernet service within its ILEC footprint through an External-Network to Network Interconnection (E-NNI) agreement.

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      Mentions:   NuVox   Paetec

    18. Alpheus Communications sees uptick in wholesale service sales, plots growth

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      Alpheus Communications sees uptick in wholesale service sales, plots growth

      Alpheus Leveraging a mix of copper, fiber and Ethernet-based services, Alpheus has become a viable alternative wholesale provider to wireline and wireless operators in the Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston (aka DASH) markets. Over its copper and fiber network infrastructure, the service provider can offer an entire suite of products, including Ethernet services, Internet, dark fiber and managed wavelength services at speeds that can scale from DS-1 to OC-192. In particular, the service provider has seen its greatest demand from wireless operators expanding their 4G/LTE buildouts that are increasingly migrating from SONET-based services to Ethernet.

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      Mentions:   Level (3)   Alpheus Communications   Comcast Business Services

    19. Windstream Announces New Carrier Switched Ethernet Solution

      Explore Business ISP (Apr 19 2012)

      Windstream Announces New Carrier Switched Ethernet Solution

      The connection to the company’s ILEC footprint will provide wholesale carriers with interconnects ranging from 3 Mbps to 1 Gbps. To meet the increasing demand from carriers for higher bandwidth and Ethernet, Windstream Corp. (Nasdaq: WIN) announced today at COMPTEL PLUS the release of Carrier Switched Ethernet. This service will provide carriers with access to Windstream’s ILEC footprint through a network interconnect that will make it more cost-effective for car

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      Mentions:   NuVox

    20. GlobeNet completes MEF certification for Ethernet services

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      GlobeNet completes MEF certification for Ethernet services

      Oi's subsidiary GlobeNet has received its MEF certification for its Carrier Ethernet services. This certification process verifies both the compliance and the performance of GlobeNet's Carrier Ethernet product portfolio. GlobeNet's completion of the certification process demonstrates its commitment to delivering standardised services.

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    21. Deutsche Telekom joins Equinix Ethernet Exchange

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      Deutsche Telekom joins Equinix Ethernet Exchange

      Deutsche Telekom AG's International Carrier Sales & Solutions (ICSS) unit, the German telecommunications giant's wholesale arm, has joined the Equinix Ethernet Exchange, in a move to expand the company's international Ethernet coverage. Hooking Deutsche Telekom's ICSS to Platform Equinix is a major win for the exchange host as DT is the largest carrier in Europe. To its benefit, Bonn, Germany-based Deutsche Telekom will be able to expand its own Ethernet presence internationally. DT's involvement in the Equinix Ethernet Exchange may be evidence that large carriers continue to look for additional, affordable ways to expand their Ethernet ...

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      Mentions:   Deutsche Telekom

    22. MegaPath among largest Ethernet over Copper players

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      MegaPath among largest Ethernet over Copper players

      Communications network provide MegaPath Corp.'s aggressive Ethernet over Copper buildout has put the carrier among the nation's largest providers of EoC service, reaching over 19 major markets, the company said in a statement. San Jose, Calif.-based MegaPath currently offers EoC services in major, high-profile markets, including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, San Francisco and the District of Columbia, delivering symmetrical speeds from 2 to 45 Mbps. In the past year, MegaPath has aggressively expanded its EoC footprint. In September, it announced it would provide the service on a nationwide basis. Since January, the company had ...

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      Mentions:   Vertical Systems Group   MegaPath   MegaPath Wholesale

    23. DukeNet Rolls Out Wholesale Last-Mile Carrier Ethernet Offering

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      DukeNet Rolls Out Wholesale Last-Mile Carrier Ethernet Offering

      DukeNet Communications, a fiber network operator that is part owned by utility company Duke Energy, is expanding its wholesale Carrier Ethernet offering, announcing plans this week for a last-mile offering designed to give carrier customers more options in serving their enterprise customers.  

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      Mentions:   Carrier Ethernet News

    24. Fenway Park outfitted with Metro Ethernet fiber link

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      Fenway Park outfitted with Metro Ethernet fiber link

      Fenway Park is an old ballpark, but its wireless broadband technology is cutting edge. In an interview with Network World's Brad Reed, Boston Red Sox IT Director Steven Conley talks about how the stadium's Internet connectivity, the fans' demands and his own job have changed in recent years. Both the ball club and its fans are stepping up the pressure for state-of-the-art communications technologies, and Fenway Park is being outfitted with the Metro Ethernet fiber link from Comcast this year. Th

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