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Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse told attendees at the NxtComm trade show in Las Vegas that its WiMax service will be available commercially in Baltimore starting in September.
Mark Wegleitner, chief technology officer of the company's broadband division, talks about the Comcast-BitTorrent controversy and the future of Verizon's fiber-to-the-home network.
FCC commissioner Jonathan Adelstein joins Internet pioneer Vint Cerf and others to form the "Internet for Everyone" initiative for making broadband a top priority for policy makers in Washington.
Verizon Communications is making its 50 Megabit per second service available throughout its entire fiber-to-the-home footprint, while also increasing the speed on lower tiers of service.
Executives from AT&T and Verizon Communications say the FCC needs to show that its Net neutrality principles can be enforced to keep future Net neutrality legislation at bay.
Scott McNealy, Sun Microsytems outspoken co-founder and chairman, says he has the right formula to help phone companies compete in the evolving market place.
Verizon COO Denny Strigl says the company will target more large cities as it deploys its Fios fiber-to-the-home broadband and video service.
Randall Stephenson believes that mobility will accelerate growth in the telecom market, but companies will have to work together to reap the benefits.
Executives defend the high fees that their companies charge for terminating wireless services early.
Verizon's Fios Internet service has broken the 1 million subscriber milestone.