What Is the Price of Broadband?

Information in the "Four Years of Broadband Growth" report doesn’t accurately reflect the U.S.’s need to improve broadband pricing.

Sprint Surprise: Carrier Might Sell to Japanese Operator

If it comes to fruition, this would be one of the biggest months in the history of telecom mergers. Deutsche Telekom announced last week an agreement to buy MetroPCS and merge it with its subsidiary, T-Mobile USA.

Please Take a Moment to Care

What defines us as a country is our concern for the well-being of those who are citizens that we do not know.

More Than Flowers

It is difficult to appreciate the enormous difficulties that Japan is facing when we have seen the country as a competitor to the U.S. for global economic supremacy.

HP Channel Head Assumes Asia-Pac Position

Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) announced the promotion of Adrian Jones, Americas channel chief, to a new position over the company’s Enterprise Storage and Servers (ESS) business in Asia-Pacific and Japan. Jones will assume his new role on Nov. 1, and HP is looking for his replacement. Jones will be based in Singapore at the beginning of his assignment […]

The Dell MVNO

Dell Computer is in a tough spot. As better wireless networks are built out, traditional desktop sales are faltering and losing ground to laptops, netbooks and even smartphones. The latest idea the computer-maker has to capitalize on the dawn of ubiquitous wireless broadband is forming an MVNO, according to reports. The idea is to “offer […]

Japan Telecom Extends Switch and Data Relationship

Japan Telecom Co. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Softbank Corp., is extending its colocation and peering services with Switch and Data. Japan Telecom also plans to boost its peering capacity within Switch and Data’s Palo Alto site. Switch and Data’s PAIX services are available in 11 markets.

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