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With Wireline Providers Underinvesting, Who Will Make Broadband Infrastructure Push?

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Broadband Breakfast Insight: Will the cable or the telco incumbents make the first move to the gigabit fiber future? The answer may be “none of the above.” Public-private partnerships unallied with either camp may make the next move in getting infrastructure to the smart cities of the future. ->

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their broadband wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note. From Fierce Telecom.

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note.

The research firm noted that outside of Verizon’s FiOS FTTH deployments, the overall U.S. telecom industry has not kept pace with cable in terms of broadband.

“Except for Verizon’s FiOS footprint, the US telecom industry has underinvested in broadband,” said Mark Stodden, VP and senior credit officer for Moody’s Investor Service. “Market share gains of cable operators will persist given the capital required to catch up.”

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Source: Moody’s: Wireline providers are underinvesting in broadband | FierceTelecom

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Vermont Looks To Expand Coverage, California Moves On Passive Infrastructure, AT&T Gets DoT Contract, Cisco Buys Sedona

Vermont looks to expand broadband, California looks at passive infrastructure, AT&T gets DoT contract, and Cisco to buy Sedona.

Benjamin Kahn

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Vermont Governor Phil Scott

Broadband Breakfast Insight: Will the cable or the telco incumbents make the first move to the gigabit fiber future? The answer may be “none of the above.” Public-private partnerships unallied with either camp may make the next move in getting infrastructure to the smart cities of the future. ->

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their broadband wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note. From Fierce Telecom.

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note.

The research firm noted that outside of Verizon’s FiOS FTTH deployments, the overall U.S. telecom industry has not kept pace with cable in terms of broadband.

“Except for Verizon’s FiOS footprint, the US telecom industry has underinvested in broadband,” said Mark Stodden, VP and senior credit officer for Moody’s Investor Service. “Market share gains of cable operators will persist given the capital required to catch up.”

[more…]

Source: Moody’s: Wireline providers are underinvesting in broadband | FierceTelecom

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FCC Launches Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is designed to help economically disadvantaged households get reliable broadband at a subsidized rate.

Benjamin Kahn

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Broadband Breakfast Insight: Will the cable or the telco incumbents make the first move to the gigabit fiber future? The answer may be “none of the above.” Public-private partnerships unallied with either camp may make the next move in getting infrastructure to the smart cities of the future. ->

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their broadband wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note. From Fierce Telecom.

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note.

The research firm noted that outside of Verizon’s FiOS FTTH deployments, the overall U.S. telecom industry has not kept pace with cable in terms of broadband.

“Except for Verizon’s FiOS footprint, the US telecom industry has underinvested in broadband,” said Mark Stodden, VP and senior credit officer for Moody’s Investor Service. “Market share gains of cable operators will persist given the capital required to catch up.”

[more…]

Source: Moody’s: Wireline providers are underinvesting in broadband | FierceTelecom

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Alabama Dispenses $17M In Broadband Funds, New Broadband Mapping Insight, Pipeline Attack

Ivey announces $17 million to deploy broadband, Microsoft data for broadband map, and “Robin Hood” group involved in pipeline attack.

Benjamin Kahn

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Broadband Breakfast Insight: Will the cable or the telco incumbents make the first move to the gigabit fiber future? The answer may be “none of the above.” Public-private partnerships unallied with either camp may make the next move in getting infrastructure to the smart cities of the future. ->

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their broadband wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note. From Fierce Telecom.

AT&T, Verizon and other large incumbent providers are not putting as much capital into their wireline network infrastructure, leaving them open to further challenges from cable operators, says Moody’s in a new research note.

The research firm noted that outside of Verizon’s FiOS FTTH deployments, the overall U.S. telecom industry has not kept pace with cable in terms of broadband.

“Except for Verizon’s FiOS footprint, the US telecom industry has underinvested in broadband,” said Mark Stodden, VP and senior credit officer for Moody’s Investor Service. “Market share gains of cable operators will persist given the capital required to catch up.”

[more…]

Source: Moody’s: Wireline providers are underinvesting in broadband | FierceTelecom

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