Tech Industry

Big talk about broadband

Industry executives at the NXTcomm trade show in Chicago roll out ambitious plans for wired and wireless broadband services.

Industry executives at the NXTcomm trade show in Chicago roll out ambitious plans for wired and wireless broadband services.

Investors squawked a few years ago when Verizon said it would spend billions to take fiber to the doorstep. Now they're cheering.
June 21, 2007

Transition to blended wireless, video and Net services expected to happen quickly, boosting demand for high-capacity networks.
June 21, 2007

Vice Chairman Bob Wright says media companies need to join forces with Internet service providers in the battle to end piracy.
June 20, 2007

Verizon will be able to compete against AT&T, the exclusive carrier of the iPhone, with its advanced 3G services, CEO says.
June 20, 2007

During NXTcomm keynote, Randall Stephenson launches wireless service for sharing live video, opines on iPhone frenzy.
June 19, 2007

Cisco's CEO: Telecom was never dead

John Chambers takes issue with story claiming the telecom industry was resurrected from the dead. Instead, he says, the market is entering the next phase of development.
June 19, 2007

People can send live, one-way video feeds during phone calls. In the future, service will also be accessible on PCs and TVs.
June 19, 2007

Verizon's CTO talks

Mark Wegleitner, Verizon's chief technology officer, dishes the dirt on where the company's technology is headed in the next few years.
June 18, 2007

The phone company plans to offer high-definition video on demand over its advanced Internet and video service.
June 18, 2007

Microsoft is upgrading IPTV software for service providers, but flashy, consumer-oriented features will take more time to roll out.
June 18, 2007