Tag Archive: AT&T


A New Service Provider Dynamic in the Making?

AT&T’s plan to acquire T-Mobile USA in what would’ve been the largest deal of the year has dominated discussions in the telecom space for much of 2011. Then, the news came earlier this week: It’s over. The proposed $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA by AT&T hit the wall after the companies agreed to drop …

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DSL: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

In my last blog I talked about how although many service providers, particularly the larger incumbent ones, are heavily focused on next-generation mobility and fiber, copper-based solutions still have an important role in our current – and future – broadband realities. This thinking seems to fly in the face of the belief expressed by at …

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Wireless Competition Report Offers Limited Visibility

AT&T’s plans to buy T-Mobile remains one of the most talked-about developments in the communications industry. So when the Federal Communications Commission this week once again declined to take a clear position on whether the wireless industry is adequately competitive, many in the industry expressed extreme frustration, as a position on one side or the …

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Wireless Broadband Addresses Emergency Response in the Big Apple

When emergency strikes, helping people understand what to do is of key importance. To enable that to happen in an orderly fashion, New York City and federal agencies have joined forces with the big four cellular service providers to introduce the Personal Localized Alerting Network. PLAN, a free service that will provide mobile subscribers to …

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