First News Briefs: AT&T, Tangoe, PureWave, Equinox Global Telecommunications
AT&T today annoucned that it had rolled out LTE in the following are the 10 new markets: Arkadelphia, AR, Russellville, AR, Cedartown, GA, Rome, GA, Martha’s Vineyard, MA, Ardmore-Ada, OK, Durant, OK, Enid, OK, Ponca City, OK, Charleston, WV.
Tangoe, a provider of Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM) software and related services, today announced that Rogers Communications, has agreed to add Tangoe’s Managed Mobility Service (MMS) offering to its Managed Mobility Service Portfolio of solutions.
PureWave Networks announced today that it began deploying a band class 14 LTE test network in Silicon Valley, using the company's PureWave Constellation family of small cell eNodeBs. The network will operate for the remainder of the year, and will be used to demonstrate small cell performance in a range of advanced deployment scenarios critical to public safety networks. Planned capability demonstrations include deployable networks, multi-tenant small cells and MOCN (multi-operator core network).
Equinox Global Telecommunications, a provider of carrier grade, low-latency telecommunication network services announced today the expansion of its network into additional regions in the southeast. The first phase of its expansion plan includes several routes out of Charlotte, NC into diverse areas across the southeast that include North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and Ohio. Route completions vary upon the route however most will be completed between December 2013 through mid 2015.