Verizon has undergone a major multi-year transformation of its network architecture to provide customers with more capabilities, upgrade the technology in the network, pave the way for personalized customer experiences and provide a platform for enterprises and developers to drive innovation.
e& has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with NEC Laboratories America and the Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), marking an important step in promoting sustainability within its supply chain management system.
Cerberus Capital Management, a New York-based alternative investment firm, has secured the position of the second-largest shareholder in Frontier Communications, holding a 10% stake in the telecommunications company.
TELUS and Canadian-based TerreStar Solutions (operating under the Strigo brand) have successfully used satellite connectivity to conduct voice calls, and in partnership with Skylo, send text messages between smartphones, and connect to Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This is a bold step toward a future without mobile no-coverage zones, one where all Canadians can feel safe and connected.
Windstream announced that Paul H. Sunu has been named President and Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. He succeeds Tony Thomas, who has decided to depart the Company and step down from the Board, following a distinguished 17 years at Windstream. Mr. Sunu has served as Chairman of the Board since 2020 and will retain his position. As CEO, he will enhance the effectiveness of the Company’s strategy, improve customer service and drive its next phase of growth.
Verizon Communications’ third-quarter results highlights the company's performance in the period impacted by continued wireless service revenue growth, total broadband net additions and improved profitability.
TELUS introduced a groundbreaking new tier of home Internet to PureFibre X customers in Alberta and British Columbia, giving them access to the fastest speeds in Western Canada.
In an increasingly digital world, T-Mobile Ventures is focusing its second corporate venture capital fund to fuel the next generation of products and services that help bring customers and businesses deeper connections to their world.
Verizon, Bell Canada, Vodafone and Matsuko achieved a milestone by successfully hosting the inaugural cross-continental collaborative meeting featuring multiple holographic participants located in Canada, the US and the UK. This remarkable feat was accomplished through the utilization of 5G technology and multi-access edge computing (MEC).
Rogers Communications is making it easier for customers to put more money and the latest phones in their pockets with the new Rogers red credit card.