Cincinnati Bell may be much smaller than its larger ILEC brothers AT&T and Verizon, but it has come to the same realization that having a fiber-based broadband strategy for consumers and business will be a new revenue driver.
Time Warner Cable will soon begin selling a wideband Internet tier with speeds of 300 Mbps in Austin, Texas, where it faces competition from AT&T U-verse Internet and Google Fiber.
Google Fiber plans to explore the idea of bringing its 1 Gbps fiber to the home (FTTH) service to an additional 34 cities across 9 U.S. metro areas, a move the provider decided to make in the wake of the experience it gained through deployments in Kansas City, Austin and Provo.
Google is exploring plans to expand its Google Fiber wideband Internet and pay TV service to 34 additional cities, including Atlanta, Phoenix, Charlotte, San Antonio, San Jose, Calif., and Nashville, Tenn.
AT&T and Google Fiber soon won't be the only 1 Gbps fiber to the home (FTTH) game in Austin, Texas, as Grande Communications says it's going to offer its own fiber-based service.
Google Fiber is beginning to install fiber huts in Shawnee, Kan., bringing it closer to launching its 1-Gig Internet and pay TV service in the Kansas City suburb.
AT&T said Thursday that it counts more than 100,000 U-verse TV subscribers in the Kansas City area, where it competes against Time Warner Cable and Google Fiber.
Google Fiber started taking orders in Provo, Utah, on Wednesday, and said it will begin installing the 1-Gig Internet and pay TV service in parts of the city next month.
Google Fiber has told residents who live in Provo, Utah, that they can now sign up for its new 1 Gbps Fiber to the Home (FTTH) service.
AT&T plans to double the number of people covered by its GigaPower Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network service this year in Austin after initial sales of the product exceeded its expectations.