AT&T, TWC and Verizon rank among 10 biggest providers of fiber

Are we getting enough fiber? Certainly, we have a lot more access than we did a decade ago. In 2004, only 10.9 percent of U.S. buildings were fiber-connected, but that figure jumped to 42 percent in 2014. Still, fiber availability to buildings and other facilities such as cell towers and data centers has become a key issue as wireline operators look to fill their coffers with more enterprise and wholesale dollars. In his latest feature, FierceTelecom's Sean Buckley examines the top 10 fiber providers in the U.S. and what their strategy is for further deployment. You can read Sean's full report here.

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