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AT&T, Verizon fiber build acceleration helps drive big 3Q for Dycom

Dycom reported $664.6 million in contract revenue for its fiscal third quarter, well ahead of Wall Street estimates and the $492.4 million it reported for the year-ago quarter. The company contributed much of that growth to top customers like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon ramping up wireline deployments to meet increasing network capacity demands.

Westell's 4Q revenue hit by industry's move away from standalone DAS conditioners

Although Westell's fourth-quarter revenue was up 12 percent annually, the company's In-Building Wireless (IBW) segment had its weakest quarter of the fiscal year, which the company attributed to an industry shift away from standalone DAS conditioners toward integrating those functions into larger network elements.

AT&T sets common broadband, DirectTV installation process goals

AT&T may have set DirecTV as its new video delivery platform, but in order to cross sell customers a suite of complementary wireline broadband and wireless services, the telco is looking to bring commonality to its installation processes.

Charter to focus overbuild strategy on telco competition

With a federal mandate to overbuild broadband subscribers by 2 million, Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) President and CEO Tom Rutledge said his company will not be providing other cable...

Consolidated uses M&A to further fiber network footprint, respond to business, wholesale opportunities

Consolidated Communications isn't afraid to make a deal to purchase another company, especially if that service provider can help it bolster its network footprint.


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