Tag: AT&T


Wednesday Bytes: Serverfarm, Prime, Ciena, Comstar, Cato, AT&T

April 21, 2021

Via: Telecom Ramblings

One data center M&A, one build-to-suit, a network upgrade, a technology partnership, and a global enterprise win: Serverfarm has made an inorganic move out in southern California. With some help from NantWorks, they have acquired a 117,500 square foot facility […]


No Jitter Roll: Automated IVR Testing, Chat Workflow

April 16, 2021

Via: No Jitter

This week we share news around CX assurance platform updates, a web-based workflow building and management tool, Rich Communication Service messaging, backup voice service, and phone number management. Cyara Boosts Automated IVR Testing CX assurance provider Cyara has updated its […]

Modern Media, Radio and television

Kagan: What T-Mobile shutting down TVision says about the future

April 5, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

T-Mobile is shutting down their TVision pay TV service. So, what does this mean for their future? They have been talking about entering and changing the pay TV space for years. They thought they would be successful in pay TV […]

Internet, Modern Media

What to Do When Public Wi-Fi Lets You Down

April 1, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Mobile operators continue to trash Wi-Fi technology in an attempt to legitimize their obsession with private 5G, but I’ve decided the only story I want to hear is how the powers that be are going to make these critical elements […]

Networks & Systems

T-Mobile, Dialpad Deal is Ideal for the Future of Work

March 24, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Earlier this month, T-Mobile and Dialpad announced a strategic partnership. Under the terms of the agreement, the new T-Mobile Collaborate service would be a co-branded service that provides voice, video, and meetings solutions, optimized for mobile experiences. I won’t cover […]

Internet, Modern Media

Is ‘Fixed’ 5G a Viable WFH Option?

March 23, 2021

Via: No Jitter

The mobile operators have loaded up on debt — some $95 million in the latest wireless spectrum auction — in pursuit of 5G’s elusive pot of gold. Now they must figure out how to fund that debt and ongoing investments […]

Modern Media, Worldwide equipment

Industry Spotlight: LOGIX’s Craig Collins Holds the Line in Texas

March 22, 2021

Via: Telecom Ramblings

Texas has been one of the more dynamic network infrastructure markets over the last few years and has drawn increasing attention from both national and local operators.  The major DASH cities (Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin, San Antonio and Houston) form their […]

Local area networks and wide area networks, Modern Media

AT&T adds 5G to business broadband network mix

March 11, 2021

Via: Fierce Telecom News

AT&T announced it is adding fixed 5G wireless services to its nationwide business-focused broadband network, which already combines the carrier’s business fiber network and its AT&T Wireless Broadband services. The existing business fiber network already connects more than 2.5 million […]

Modern Media, Networks & Systems

21st Century Mobile E911 Now One Step Closer to Reality

February 16, 2021

Via: No Jitter

I have written previously about the woeful state of mobile E911, so I am happy to report that a workable technology for at least one piece of that puzzle — FirstNet, the national broadband public safety network operated by AT&T […]

Networks & Systems

Raynovich: Opportunities abound for carriers’ SD-WAN managed services

February 8, 2021

Via: Fierce Telecom News

For decades, we have heard debates about whether major service providers could become trapped in the “dumb pipe” model for being commodity-based providers of voice and data services. With legacy cash cows such as International toll services (remember that?) and […]