Level 3 purchases AT&T dark fiber rights

April 4, 2007

Level3 has purchased the rights to use AT&T dark fiber connections, which will allow Level3 to add another 200 ONNET buildings to their list. Read the press release below.

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AT&T to Provide Global Internet Service for Moldflow

November 8, 2006

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) announced today a two-year contract with Moldflow Corporation (NASDAQ: MFLO), a leading global provider of automation and optimization software for the plastics injection molding industry. AT&T will provide high-speed bandwidth designed to increase the company’s operating efficiencies across its global network. Specific details of the contract were not disclosed. Read the rest of this entry »


AT&T Remote Monitor

October 26, 2006

 AT&T Remote Monitor

Imagine being on the road and receiving real-time video on your wireless phone when your children arrive safely home from school. Or checking in on a live video feed of your weekend getaway property while you’re in the office. Read the rest of this entry »


AT&T Q3 2006

October 23, 2006

AT&T today (october 23rd) has published AT&T Q3 2006 results today. The improved trend seems to be continuing. Read the rest of this entry »


AT&T Responds to Rescheduled FCC Merger Vote

October 13, 2006

We ran short of time to gain final approval for the merger today, which is not uncommon in these matters. We look forward to the November 3 FCC meeting, when we expect the FCC to complete its review, approve the merger and allow us to begin delivering the numerous benefits of the merger to consumers. Read the rest of this entry »


Time Warner Telecom wants Conditions to AT&T-BellSouth Merger

October 12, 2006

Time Warner Telecom called on the FCC to rigorously review the proposed AT&T – BellSouth merger and not approve such a merger, absent regulatory conditions that fully address the consequences of the merger for business customers. Read the rest of this entry »


AT&T – BellSouth Merger Cleared by Department of Justice

October 11, 2006

The United States Department of Justice today cleared AT&T’s merger with BellSouth. The following statement should be attributed to AT&T General Counsel James D. Ellis:

“This unequivocal and unconditional approval underscores the competitive nature of our industry and the pro-competitive benefits of this merger. AT&T is focused on bringing more video choices and next-generation broadband services to as many consumers as possible and our merger with BellSouth will help deliver these benefits to more consumers, more quickly”.
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