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US broadband market normalises after Covid high

The number of new customers signing up for fixed broadband services in the US was back to what could be considered a normal level in the third quarter of the year, according to new research published this week.

Brightspeed is born in the USA

Brightspeed will spend US$2 billion on the rollout of fibre infrastructure to up to 3 million US homes and businesses over the next five years.

Lumen offloads consumer ops for $7.5 billion

Lumen has brokered a US$7.5 billion deal with Apollo Global Management that will see it part with its legacy consumer operations in 20 states across the Midwest and Southeast of the US.

CenturyLink announces expansion into China

The business arm of American telco CenturyLink has announced the expansion of its managed services availability into the Chinese market. The announcement marks a potentially significant step for Western businesses moving into the worlds’ second-largest economy.

Century link acquires cloud player Tier 3

US multiplay carrier and managed services provider CenturyLink has acquired Tier 3, a small infrastructure as a service and platform as a service provider. The double-play will bolster CenturyLink’s growing arsenal of cloud services, which already includes cloud service provider Savvis and Cloud Foundry-based platform as a service AppFog.

US telcos, cablecos add 580k broadband subs in Q3

The seventeen largest cable and telecoms providers in the US (representing around 93% of the market) acquired 579,521 additional broadband subscribers in the third quarter of this year, according to US firm Leichtman Research Group.

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