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  • Frontier Communications Lays Down Succession Plan
    including President and Chief Executive Officer She currently serves as a director on the boards of Sonus Networks Inc and American Tower Corporation where she is also Lead Director Wilderotter welcomed the appointment of Reeve as her replacement saying she has requisite experience and understanding of the industry to steer Frontier to new heights Pam s strong leadership skills extensive background in telecommunications and technology as well as her tenure on Frontier s board make her the right choice to serve as Frontier s new Chairman she noted With our transformative Verizon acquisition solidly on track the Board is comfortable moving forward as planned with an independent Chairman of the Board in 2016 CEO Dan McCarthy equally congratulated her on the appointment saying she is up to the challenge McCarthy also thanked Wilderotter for her exemplary and selfless service to the company over the years I wish to thank Maggie for her extraordinary contributions to our Company The Frontier Communications of today bears little resemblance to the regional telephone company that Maggie joined to lead in 2004 McCarthy said Frontier is a national Internet and telecom services provider with operations in 28 states and nearly 8 5 million addressable households LATEST FRONTIER NEWS Frontier Communications to Acquire Verizon s Wireline Operations in California Florida and Texas Doubling Frontier s Size and Driving Shareholder Value http investor frontier com releasedetail cfm ReleaseID 895055 Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin February 4 2016 at 1 01 am Categories Employment Frontier Internet Providers Verizon Tags Frontier Communications Internet Verizon Wireline Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by

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  • Comcast Cable Adding More Workers in Vermont
    the company In a press release Michael Parker who is the Senior Vice President for Comcast in Vermont said they will go all out to invest in manpower since that is the only way to ensure customer satisfaction all the time Comcast is continuing to invest in processes tools and most importantly employees to ensure that our customers have the best possible experience We re excited for these new hires to join our existing 200 Vermont employees in our efforts to deliver great service and we re thrilled to be growing our workforce in the Green Mountain State Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin said they are happy to be creating more job opportunities He thanked Comcast for offering opportunities to many jobless professionals saying that is the best way to drive the local economy to higher heights Vermont has a talented marketable workforce that can serve as a major asset for companies looking to fuel business growth We have had great job growth from across the private sector and Comcast is another example of a dynamic growing company choosing to invest and add jobs in Vermont Comcast NBCUniversal has already announced a commitment to hire 10 000 reservists veterans and their spouses or domestic partners between 2015 and 2017 to work in a variety of positions across all levels of the organization Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin February 3 2016 at 11 49 pm Categories Cable Internet Comcast Vermont Tags Comcast Cable Vermont Workers Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email ISP 1 Internet Access ISP

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  • Time Warner Cable Settles Wages Row with Employees
    their contracts failing to pay timely final wages and not providing accurate itemized wage statements The stipulation said that the workers who served the company between June 2006 and April 2015 should be compensated for the weeks they worked which were the basis of the settlement agreement with TWC Although defendants contend that they have no liability in this case defendants counsel shares class counsel s belief that the settlement represents a fair and adequate settlement given the risks associated with the litigation the stipulation reads in part The parties will work together expeditiously to obtain preliminary and final approval of this agreement and to dismiss this action with prejudice The presiding judge faulted all parties for emailing updated versions of the joint stipulation class settlement notice and proposed order rather than filing the documents as he had instructed them to according to minutes of the proceedings The minutes said in part The parties are directed to correct this issue and file correct versions of the necessary documents Further counsels are encouraged to review their filing thoroughly to ensure that counsel their clients and the court do not need to use scarce resources addressing these issues The case was initially filed at the California state in June 2010 but was moved to the federal court a month later Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin February 3 2016 at 11 38 pm Categories Cable Internet California Employment Government Legal Time Warner Cable Tags Employees Legal time warner cable Wages Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email ISP

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  • Motorola SB6120 DOCSIS 3.0 Broadband Cable Modem Review
    than I need right now but I ve owned it a month now and have had no problems whatsoever with it The installation and setup with Charter my cable and internet provider was problem free and having it operate with my Apple Airport Extreme has been trouble free I watch a lot of online tv Hulu and Netflix and haven t had any problems where I ve had to reset the modem as I previously did with other modem routers I ve owned The bonus is that within a year or so I will have recovered the money I spent on this by not having to pay Charter to rent the cable modem from them At this point I can completely recommend purchase of the Motorola SB6120 for anyone looking for a fast and trouble free cable modem Read Full Review SURFboard Installation Installation of the Motorola 6120 was very easy I had mine up and running in less than 30 minutes Unbox the Modem Ethernet cable and power adapter Connect the Coaxial cable from your Internet provider Connect the Ethernet cable to your router s WAN port or your computer s network card Plug in the power adapter and connect to the modem Call your cable Internet provider and activate your new modem That s It Enjoy your increased Internet speed Motorola SB6120 Cable Modem Status If you type the IP address 192 168 100 1 in your browser you get these SB6120 system menus Modem Status The Modem Status Page provides information about the startup process of the Cable Modem When you first access the Cable Modem this page is displayed The last line of the Modem Status Page gives the status of the Cable Modem Under normal conditions this should read Operational If the last line does not read Operational a Standard Checkup should be performed Modem Signal The Modem Signal Page provides information about the connection between the Cable Modem and the cable company Modem Addresses The Modem Addresses Page provides information about the network connection between the Cable Modem and your computer Also it provides details about the connection between the Cable Modem and the service provider s computer systems Modem Configuration The Modem Configuration Page provides information about the current configuration of the Cable Modem Modem Logs The Modem Logs Page provides diagnostic messages generated by the Cable Modem It is intended for use by a qualified technician Modem Help The Modem Help Page provides information about how to troubleshoot the Cable Modem Motorola SurfBoard Documentation Downloads SB6120 Users Guide SB6120 Data Sheet SB6120 Pocket Guide SB6120 Cable Modem Troubleshooting Check to make sure that the coaxial cable connecting your Cable Modem to the cable wall outlet is connected and that the screws have been tightened Check to make sure that the power cord on the Cable Modem is plugged into a wall outlet and that the Power light on the front of the Cable Modem is on Check to make sure that the

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  • DSL Archives - ISP 1 Internet Access
    CenturyLink This is because the Rackspace has quite a number of competitors many of which have invested a lot of money to create excellent infrastructure that CentruyLink may find hard to create for Rackspace This is because on top of purchasing the ailing company they have to spend a lot of money to create infrastructure to beat what has already been put in place by the big players The other challenge that critics are pointing out in their argument against this deal is that that Century Link may suffer from brand sprawl This is because they already have two successful Cloud companies namely Savvis and Tier3 Many critics are wondering how Rackspace will fit in with the current situation at CenturyLink if the company decides to purchase the company There is a general consensus that this probable deal by CenturyLink is not logical It will therefore be interesting to see if the company goes through with the purchase of Rackspace and if so how it will turn the ailing company into a successful venture UPDATE Rackspace Stock Falls After Rejecting Acquistion Offers Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin September 19 2014 at 1 08 am Categories CenturyLink Cloud Computing DSL Internet Providers Tags CenturyLink Cloud Rackspace FCC Chief Wants Faster Internet Speeds In US FCC Chief Wants Faster Internet Speeds In US The head of the FCC is campaigning for more competition in the broadband market Wheeler has stated that he is doing so because Americans want faster Internet speeds to access broadband Internet services He also insists that such speeds are important for the purpose of stimulating more competition in the country According to Wheeler the FCC has an important role to protect and encourage broadband competition which is why he is so vocal about this issue The comments come after he stated that Americans don t have many choices for Internet speeds of 25 megabits a second In fact although 80 percent have access to wired broadband access most of them have only one option to choose from for high speed Internet access This is why the FCC s head is insisting there is a need for more competition in terms of delivering better and faster Internet connections to Americans Currently ¾ of Americans have a choice of two or three ISPs who deliver download speeds of 4 Mbps but for higher speeds of 25 Mbps half the households that have Internet access only have one option According to wheeler the FCC has to protect competition and where there is none it is upon the agency to create it FCC Chairman Campaigns To Increase Internet Speeds In Rural Areas Apart from providing more choice for broadband users this approach will also trigger the deployment of more broadband in rural areas At present broadband users in urban areas are three times more likely to get high speed Internet access than consumers of broadband in rural areas This is one other reason why the Wheeler is campaigning for faster speeds Apart from rural areas another place where the FCC chairman is looking to boost high speed Internet access is in schools and healthcare facilities This is because he feels that reliable Internet access is essential for good access to education and also important in the delivery of excellent hospital services such as remote examinations and diagnosis of ailments Some people may argue that there is some competition already but Wheeler feels that this is redundant as customers have to pay a lot of money in switching costs termination fees and equipment rental fees to move from one provider to another Wheeler was quick to point out that providers don t even provide consumers with speedy Internet connections which is the other issue interfering with competition in this industry We can only wait and see if he succeeds Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin September 15 2014 at 1 45 am Categories Broadband Cable Internet DSL Faster FCC High Speed Sprint Tags Broadband Competition Faster FCC Internet Rural speed US Frontier Named Among Worst US Companies To Work For Frontier Communications Work Reviews Frontier Communications a company based in Stamford Connecticut has recently been ranked as the 3rd worst company to work for This information was gathered from employee reviews contributed on Glassdoor com Second on the list was Express Scripts with the list topper being Books A Million based in Birmingham Alabama To be considered for the list companies had to have more than 300 reviews There were more than 500 companies with three hundred reviews with 11 publicly trading companies receiving worst scores of 2 4 and lower Many of the companies on the list were from the retail sector with a significant share of the grievances expressed in the reviews directed against CEO s and Middle management Many of the complaints that contributed to the low morale and negative attitude from employees were as a result of falling revenues sinking stock prices and weak earnings experienced in companies This news comes in the wake of a new trend whereby employees can now share their feelings about their employers online This means that companies are now facing more challenges to guard their reputations to ensure that they do not lose shareholder and customers as a result of negative reviews posted against them by their own employees Reviews Collected From Glassdoor com The reviews have been posted for the third year now by 24 7 Wall St as it posts the results of reviews analyzed from thousand of reviews collected from careers and job website Glassdoor com From the reviews this year the company selected the 11 worst companies to work for in the US It is serious that many of the companies are in the retail industry while many of the complaints placed against them centered on

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  • Internet Access Article Archives - ISP 1 Internet Access
    and are said to be capable of staying up in the air for five years Apart from making Internet accessible to remote areas the drones are said to be capable of monitoring weather patterns and also to facilitate voice and data communications during disaster response situations According to Zuckerberg the efforts of Internet org are geared at ensuring that all people have access to information and this can be done by connecting them to the Internet In this pursuit Facebook also acquired Onavo a company that develops data compression technology skills that can be used to improve Internet speeds in places with slow Internet access Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin April 14 2014 at 2 44 am Categories Facebook Google International Internet Access Article Rural Technology Wireless Tags Access Drone facebook Internet org Remote Titan Aerospace Palo Alto City Council Approves City Wide Fiber Plan Fiber Internet Expansion The construction of a long awaited citywide ultra high speed Internet network may begin by the end of next year The project dubbed Fiber to the Premise may have undergone years of setbacks but it hasn t stopped the city council from pushing forward Members of the council have now agreed to commission a master plan towards expanding the city s current 41 mile network to all areas in Palo Alto This will ensure residents and businesses get Internet speeds in excess of 100 megabits per second The council also passed a directive that a complimentary master plan for a citywide wireless system is put together to create a new smart grid application to provide the public with WiFi Internet access Both directives were approved by the council members with a unanimous 7 0 vote although two members were absent at the time These members were Gail Price and Karen Holman It is reported that there was little discussion over the two plans as the council members were enthusiastic about the plans These plans were a result of recommendations from the Technology and Connected City Committee whose members have been exploring other cities with good fiber networks over the past year to be able to outline a good plan for Palo Alto s proposed fiber network Councilwoman Liz Kniss the chair of the committee commented on the project when attending a conference on fiber in Kansas City recently She expressed excitement over the project but warned of the pitfalls that may be ahead when pursuing the successful launch and completion of the project According to her other cities that have taken up such an ambitious project have had to contend with lawsuits from incumbent ISPs before they could get their systems up and running The city wide fiber system has been in the pipeline now for almost a decade Some steps like the signing of a deal with a private consortium to build and operate the system in 2008 have not been successful The failed attempt by the city to sign up for federal grants to fund the project and failed application for a chance to be part of the Google fiber program are some of the challenges that have been faced in the past These and other bumps on the road have slowed the process down but now the council members seem to have brought the plan back on track More Info http www paloaltoonline com news 2013 10 30 palo alto moves ahead with citywide fiber plan Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet Be the first to comment What do you think Posted by admin December 13 2013 at 12 18 am Categories Broadband Faster Fiber Optic Internet Access Article Tags Broadband City Council fiber Internet Palo Alto Plan High Speed Internet Will Lure People to Rural Missouri Claims MU Professor Missouri High Speed Internet According to an MU professor the most effective way to attract more people to make their homes in rural Missouri is to give them the lure of a high speed Internet access In a recent story aired on KBIA the very rural town Goss located in Monroe County came under investigation According to the reporter of the story Lukas Udstuen the population in Goss is almost next to nil The tiny town had its highest occupancy level during the World War 11 and that was only 30 residents Unlike other parts in the country which prospered consequent to the war Goss continued to fade in the post war economy The closure of almost all the local businesses resulted in driving away what little population it had in search of better and brighter pastures The same story more or less applies to other rural communities across the country as indicated by each and every census made in the 20 th century According to the 2010 census report only 16 of the country s population is located in the rural areas Udstuen interviewed an MU professor Brian Dabson specializing in rural entrepreneurship and economic development Dabson s strongly believes that the disappearing act of rural residents is going to hurt the entire nation in a big way A viable rural area is also the main source of our clean water clean air food production and the increasing production of energy We need people to live in rural areas to look after these needs and who are stewards of these services the professor claimed in his interview Dabson says that asking people to make their homes in places where basic facilities like schools grocery shops hospitals are closing is really a tall order He says the effective solution is to provide rural areas with a high speed Internet access or broadband facilities but not the sluggish dial up connection Dial up was once upon a time considered as a luxury but in the present context broadband is critical for the future of these small towns Dabson added Rural Missouri is already shifting towards the faster Internet world

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  • DSL vs. Cable Internet Service - Which is better?
    bandwidth and by the tier of service you purchase from the cable provider DSL speeds don t fluctuate like cable but will be limited by the quality of the connection and the service package that you purchase Monthly Cost In most local markets where both DSL cable Internet access are available pricing will be pretty competitive between the two usually around 20 to 60 per month Pricing also depends on other factors such as bundled services from the provider and Internet package connection speed Most cable and DSL providers offer several tiers of service with costs increasing as speed performance and packaged extras such as an Internet security suite are added Conclusion There is really no clear cut answer to the debate of DSL vs Cable it really depends on what is available in your local market and your personal high speed Internet access needs wants and desires I would recommend you research the broadband Internet services that are available in your local area and make an informed decision on the package that is just right for you or your family You can Compare DSL vs Cable Internet Providers and choose a high speed Internet package that you ll be satisfied with on the ISP 1 broadband comparison page http isp1 us high speed Download PDF DSL vs Cable Internet Service Which is better Share this Facebook Google Tumblr Twitter More Print Email Tweet 2 comments What do you think Posted by admin April 18 2010 at 1 44 am Categories Broadband Cable Internet DSL Internet Access Article Tags 2 Responses to DSL vs Cable Internet Service Which is better Elaine Broadnay says May 21 2010 at 4 26 pm I have been considering utilizing clear internet service Does anyone know what month they ll be for sale in Miami

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  • High Speed Internet Service Providers by State | Cheapest Broadband
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