Verizon wireline strikers arrested outside company’s annual stockholders meeting

Verizon's striking workforce's frustration continues to rise as 15 people were arrested outside of the company's shareholders meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Frustrated with slow speeds, Santa Fe launches muni broadband project

Santa Fe, N.M., frustrated with what it considers slower broadband speeds than surrounding communities like Albuquerque, is launching a $1 million municipal fiber optic network to increase both broadband access and competition among existing service providers.

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tw telecom wins WAN contract with U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services

tw telecom ( Nasdaq: TWTC ) on Thursday was awarded two contracts with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for both Internet connectivity and wavelength services supporting the federal government's Trusted Internet Connectivity (TIC) strategic initiative. The two elements of tw telecom's contribution to the TIC initiative are worth up to $11.67 million over the next five years. The service provider will supply Ethernet Internet Services (EIS) and 10G wavelength services for medical and health-related data connectivity to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Indian Health Services (IHS) in Washington, D.C., Atlanta and Albuquerque, N.M.

Mammoth Revamps, Quintuples Its Backbone

Mammoth Networks says it has completed a major native Ethernet upgrade to its backbone, boosting capacity throughout its Western territory by five-fold. The upgrade covers nine key sites and a dozen markets, including Albuquerque, Billings, and Spokane. … [ visit site to read more ]

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Zayo brings fiber network to Albuquerque to target new backhaul and business opportunities

Zayo is taking on the Albuquerque wholesale fiber market, extending its fiber network to the region to fulfill the needs of a wholesale wireless backhaul customer. For this latest initiative, the service provider will build 158 miles of new fiber cable that it says will stretch from the South Valley to the foot of the Sandia Mountains. It said the fiber build will cover Albuquerque from the suburb of South Valley to Bernalillo, east to Highway 556, and west to Highway 448. In addition to accommodating this wireless operator's needs, Zayo can use the new fiber to target possible business service opportunities by connecting the network to existing on-net and near-net buildings it has in the Albuquerque metro. Zayo is not completely a stranger to the Albuquerque market

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Zayo Takes On Albuquerque

With the Abovenet deal now complete, Zayo Group ( news , filings ) is turning some attention to organic expansion with news of an   expansion of its metro dark fiber footprint into Albuquerque , New Mexico.  With a 4G wireless customer anchoring the project, Zayo hopes to offer big bandwidth to the R&D, government, and manufacturing industries in the region. … [ visit site to read more ]

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T-Mobile USA Boosts Speeds in 42 Markets

T-Mobile USA is doubling the speed of its 4G network in 42 additional markets including Albuquerque, N.M.; Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio; Sacramento and San Diego, Calif.; Salt Lake City, Utah and San Antonio, Texas. Now, customers in 97 markets across the country have access to T-Mobile’s HSPA 42 network. T-Mobile has seen average download speeds approaching 10 Mbps with peak speeds of 27 Mbps on the T-Mobile Rocket 3.0 laptop stick, the company’s first 42 Mbps device. T-Mobile expects more than 150 million American’s to have access to these increased 4G speeds by mid-2011. T-Mobile’s 4G Network Now Even Faster in Nearly 100 Markets Across the Country

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