Posts tagged “Verizon”

August 29

Premium Lock Watch out, AT&T, Verizon: Comcast ramps up IoT network

Internet of Things Cable giant Comcast's expanding challenge for Internet of Things network business will be mostly heard by telecom heavyweights in the space such as AT&T, Verizon and Vodafone, says Technology Business Research Analyst Daniel Callahan.

August 22

Verizon raises unlimited wireless plan price with high-definition video

Verizon   Verizon is raising the price of its unlimited plan while introducing a slightly cheaper, more limited version as wireless carriers battle each other for customers.

August 16

Premium Lock Verizon will build first responder network to compete with AT&T FirstNet

The Broadband Report       AT&T recently won a multi-billion dollar contract to build FirstNet, a network for first responders, but Verizon isn't conceding the market. The communications provider said Wednesday it would build its own network for emergency service providers.

August 3

Premium Lock Merging Sprint, T-Mobile would create 'formidable' AT&T, Verizon competitor in 5G world

Sprint As Sprint continues to explore future options, Technology Business Research Steve Vachon offers some ideas after reviewing the communication giant's latest earnings report.

July 27

Premium Lock Inside Verizon: Acquisitions drive return to consolidated revenue growth

Verizon   Verizon relies on acquisitions to return to consolidated revenue growth in 2Q17 reported in its earnings announcement on Thurday, says Technology Business Research Analyst Steve Vachon.

Updated July 26

Premium Lock Top Verizon reseller picks Raleigh for new HQ, 250 jobs

A Wireless, the largest independent selling agent for Verizon with more than 1,000 retail outlets, is moving its headquarters to Raleigh and plans to create some 250 jobs that will pay an average wage of $93,000.

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May 5

Premium Lock Inside IBM's latest telco cloud deal: Big Blue bails out Verizon

Analysis: IBM recycles another telco cloud business, adding Verizon into the mix in a deal similar to one for AT&T in 2015. So why did Verizon sell and what does IBM gain? Technology Business Research Analyst Kelsey Mason takes a look.

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May 2

Premium Lock Having sold data centers, Verizon sells cloud/hosting service to IBM

The Broadband Report       Verizon, which closed on a $3.6 billion deal to sell its data centers on Monday, has now disclosed it recently sold to IBM its cloud and managed hosting service.

April 24

Premium Lock Inside Verizon: Reinstating unlimited data can't prevent record subscriber losses

The Broadband Report       Verizon reports its first quarterly net loss of wireless retail subscribers despite reinstating unlimited data plans - so what does the company do now? Technology Business Research Analyst Steve Vachon takes an in-depth look.

Updated April 20

Premium Lock Amid competition, Verizon loses key customers for first time

Verizon Verizon, the once-unstoppable cellphone leader in the U.S., lost key wireless customers for the first time, even as it brought back unlimited data plans to counter smaller rivals.

April 4

Premium Lock Trump signs bill overriding FCC data privacy rules

Cybersecurity President Donald Trump on Monday signed a bill that wipes away rules passed by the FCC last year to protect data and privacy for customers utilizing Internet Service Providers.

March 15

Premium Lock Lenovo names new EMEA leader, adds former Verizon exec to PR team

Lenovo's management team has two new faces: A new leader for its Europe, Middle East Africa operations, and a senior media relations executive who most recently worked for Verizon. Here's a look at what's happening with both moves.

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February 28

Premium Lock Customers may see benefits as cellphone wars rage on

Cellphones The so-called cellphone wars are raging, much to the delight of some customers.

February 16

Premium Lock QuintilesIMS, ABB, IBM, Cisco crack 'Most Admired Companies' list

Fortune  Life science giant QuintilesIMS and several other companies with a major presence in the Triangle are among the firms cracking the latest "World's Most Admired Companies" list from Fortune.

February 2

Premium Lock Sprint ends 2016 on high note but still faces challenges

Sprint Analysis: Sprint has resurfaced as a stronger competitor within the postpaid phone market, exemplified by the carrier outperforming Verizon and AT&T in postpaid phone net additions for the fourth consecutive quarter in 4Q16. But what's ahead in 2017?

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