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Premium Lock Stormy weather: Verizon shifts cloud strategy toward hybrid IT

Verizon Analysis: Limited penetration, increasing competition and low margins in the public cloud market drive Verizon to realign its cloud portfolio, writes Jillian Mirandi of Technology Business Research.

Updated 8:21 a.m. Monday

Frontier CEO coming to Durham for fiber news; Capitol is first customer

Frontier is rolling out its top gun - chairman CEO Maggie Wilderotter - on Thursday for its big network expansion and upgrade in Durham on Thursday. Look for Frontier to announce its own fiber network plans as it prepares to take on AT&T. And the American Tobacco Campus is the first "ground zero" battlefield.

Maggie Wilderotter Maggie Wilderotter

7:09 a.m. Monday

Public libraries are more than just books in digital age

The Broadband Report: A new report from the Aspen Institute looks at how - in an age of instant and abundant information - public libraries can drive community advancements unlike any other public institution.

More than books More than books

October 16

CBS joins cord-cutting rush; WRAL to 'evaluate' streaming service

CBS is jumping on the cord-cutting bandwagon, launching a stand-alone digital streaming service for $5.99 a month that will offer subscribers access to its current and older shows. But it's not available in Raleigh yet where WRAL-TV plans to "evaluate" it.

A screenshot of CBS' streaming product A screenshot of CBS' streaming product

October 16

End of pay-TV as we know it? HBO GO cuts cable cord

HBO's "Silicon Valley" Next year HBO is cutting the cord and selling its popular streaming video service HBO Go as a stand-alone product, as more Americans choose to watch the Web, not the TV. Viewers longing to watch "Game of Thrones", "True Detective" and "Veep" will no longer have to pay big bucks for cable and satellite contracts. Is this the end of pay-TV as we know it?

Updated October 14

Frontier vs. AT&T in Durham: Let the fiber fight begin

Frontier Communications plans to announce on Oct. 23 details about its own gigabit Internet service in Durham County. The announcement sets the stage for head-to-head competition with AT&T, which is bringing its U-verse with GigaPower to the Triangle.

Updated October 14

Premium Lock Service providers predict end of POTS, advance of fiber in Triangle

At the WRAL TechWire Executive Exchange, service provider panelists made impactful announcements about the future of fiber in the Triangle. Not the least of these: Durham's getting fiber.

Tech Wire Executive Exchange Tech Wire Executive Exchange

Updated October 14

Premium Lock Business leaders: Fiber infrastructure as important as roads

Whether North Carolina wants to attract large companies to the state or support its growing entrepreneurial hubs, high speed broadband networks are as important as water, electricity and other infrastructure, according to speakers on the business opportunities panel at the WRAL TechWire "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" event Monday.

Updated October 14

Fiber changes face and place of Triangle work force

Access to widespread, high-speed, always-on connectivity is a necessity for business and a boon to public safety, leaders involved in the evolution of the internet said Monday at "Fiber Transforms the Triangle," a half-day conference presented by WRALTechWire at SAS.

Updated October 13

Premium Lock Levin: Triangle well on way to next-gen internet

The Triangle region now has the prospect for multiple competitive offerings of the best bandwidth in the world, Blair Levin, former chief of staff at the Federal Communications Commission, told guests Monday at the "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" conference sponsored by WRALTechWire.

Updated October 13

Premium Lock Speed brings opportunity for innovation, education, community

SAS EVP Keith Collins used examples of remote medicine and big data in agriculture to prove the advantages of broadband coming to North Carolina.

Updated October 13

MCNC's CEO: Fiber means challenges, opportunities, exciting times

Pat Moody, CEO of MCNC which operates the state-wide fiber-based North Carolina Research and Education Network, tells WRAL TechWire's Fiber Transforms the Triangle event that faster networks mean exciting times.

Tech Wire Executive Exchange Tech Wire Executive Exchange

Updated October 13

AT&T exec: NC Next Generation Network 'will transform the Triangle'

What AT&T's GigaPower network is providing in Austin, Texas, will soon be coming to the Triangle as part of the North Carolina Next Generation Network. And Venessa Harrison, president of AT&T North Carolina, tells WRAL TechWire's Fiber Transforms the Triangle conference that faster speeds means many opportunities for consumers as well as businesses.

Tech Wire Executive Exchange Tech Wire Executive Exchange

October 13

AT&T ramps up to gigabit speed, doubling Wi-Fi speeds in Austin

AT&T GigaPower  In a precursor to what the Triangle can expect from the North Carolina Next Generation Network, AT&T on Monday says it is ramping up its "Gigapower" network in Austin, Texas, to gigabit speeds. Plus, Wi-Fi speed will be doubled.

Updated October 13

Gigabit Internet is going to change our world - Are you ready?

If you are following the power and money in this growing Internet of Everything world as described by Cisco's John Chambers, then you know that fiber is the highway on which it will run. Gigabit Internet is going to change the way we live. And that's why a lot of powerful people, including investors, will be at WRAL TechWire's "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" conference. Gigabit Internet, in the words of wiz angel investor Dave Gardner, "a game-changer." We are getting gigabit Internet in RTP with or without Google Fiber because of the N.C. Next Generation Network and AT&T. Get ready for a fast ride.

Just how fast is gigabit Internet? Just how fast is gigabit Internet?

Updated October 10

How fiber can catalyze a community: Stories from Kansas City

In the first of a new series, "Fiber Transforms the Triangle," WRAL TechWire Insider Jason Parker reports how Google Fiber is transforming Kansas City. Gigabit Internet is coming to the Triangle, too, through the North Carolina Next Generation Network which will be built by AT&T. So what can we expect? Insiders can access Parker's exclusive report.

Google Fiber network to "hut" to home Google Fiber network to "hut" to home

October 10

Blair Levin, a new Brookings fellow, to talk 'broadband nexus' at Fiber Transforms Triangle event

Don't miss your opportunity to hear about the future of broadband when Blair Levin keynotes the "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" conference at SAS on Monday. Levin led fast-Internet strategy at the FCC, headed up the Gig. U university gigabit Internet consortium and this week was named a fellow at the prestigious Brookings Institute.

Blair Levin Blair Levin

Updated October 9

Former Gov. Bev Perdue joins 'Fiber Transforms Triangle' conference lineup

Former N.C. Governor Bev Perdue, who championed the expansion of broadband access during her term, will be one of the speakers at the "Fiber Transforms the Triangle Conference" on Oct. 13. Also, UNC-Wilmington executive Jim Roberts joins the panelist lineup.

Former Gov. Bev Perdue Former Gov. Bev Perdue

Updated October 3

High-power lineup set for 'Fiber Transforms Triangle' conference

Fiber Transforms the Triangle event With presenters from AT&T, MCNC, SAS, a keynote address from former FCC executive Blair Levin who helped create the nation's broadband strategy, and panelists from startups to global enterprises, the lineup is set for the "Fiber Transforms the Triangle Conference" on Oct. 13 at SAS.

Updated October 3

Premium Lock Google Fiber visits Triangle again, is looking for 2 'Community Impact Managers'

Google Fiber isn't expected to announce until year's end whether the Triangle will be one of its next markets,. But the Internet giant's representatives were in the Triangle again recently, examining what it calls "Digital Inclusion" programs designed to bring Internet benefits to everyone. Meanwhile, Google Fiber also continues to look for two "Community Impact Managers," one for Durham, the other for Raleigh. WRAL TechWire Insiders get the details.

Google Fiber's list of existing, proposed networks Google Fiber's list of existing, proposed networks

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