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AT&T will spend $1 billion this year to push out its enterprise access and utility computing services internationally. The money will go toward a new undersea cable to Japan and Asia, investments in cables running to the Caribbean, Puerto Rico and the Middle East. It plans […]

AT&T will spend $1 billion this year to push out its enterprise access and utility computing services internationally. The money will go toward a new undersea cable to Japan and Asia, investments in cables running to the Caribbean, Puerto Rico and the Middle East. It plans to add DSL service in four countries, enhanced Ethernet in 14 cities, and 180,000 square feet to its 38 existing data centers worldwide. Enterprise growth for the carrier was 1.8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2007, but data services such as VPN and enterprise IP services grew at rates of 31 percent and 21 percent respectively.

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By Stacey Higginbotham

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  1. AT&T is bad enough already, that a billion bucks won’t do much better. Why don’t US ISPs get better, as in Europe or Japan? I’m starting to get tired of US ISPs and their policies.

  2. AT&T invests $1 billion in new broadband capacity – overseas | Thursday, March 6, 2008

    [...] Ethernet in 14 cities, and 180,000 square feet to its 38 existing data centers worldwide. (from GigaOm) Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and [...]

  3. AT&T invests $1 billion in new broadband capacity – overseas | Thursday, March 6, 2008

    [...] Ethernet in 14 cities, and 180,000 square feet to its 38 existing data centers worldwide. (from GigaOm) Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and [...]

  4. Cloud, Cables and Cisco Makes the AT&T Capex Cut Monday, February 23, 2009

    [...] all-IP networks to business customers and on undersea fiber, the same amount it planned to spend on these items last year. That makes a total of $3 billion spent on delivering IP access for businesses since 2006, and [...]

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