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4. Birch Communications' wholesale division appoints new director, adds clients
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Today's Top Stories

1. Google, Level 3 replace AT&T as Starbucks' Internet provider

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Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) and Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT) are taking over AT&T's (NYSE: T) role as the backbone providers supporting coffee chain Starbucks' in-store Wi-Fi service.

Starbucks said the new agreement will enable them to deliver network and Wi-Fi connection speeds "up to 10 times faster" to consumers who shop in their retail stores. Similar to a LTE-based mobile wireless service, the new network will deliver speeds ranging from 5-10 Mbps.

Set to serve over 7,000 U.S. stores, Level 3 will begin upgrading Starbuck's network and install related Wi-Fi equipment in a number of locations in Colorado and other states.

Under the terms of the agreement, the Wi-Fi will be branded as a Google service while Level 3 will manage network connectivity in each store.

Although the companies did not reveal financial terms of the contract, D.A. Davidson & Co. telecom analyst Donna Jaegers said in a Denver Post article that it could be worth an estimated $50 million for Level 3.

Level 3 does not sell services directly to consumers, but Jaegers said that the added benefit is that since many Starbucks are located in office buildings and strip malls, the coffee shops could attract new business clients with their suite of IP-based data and voice services. 

As part of the agreement, Starbucks and Google will also jointly develop the next-gen Starbucks Digital Network.

Adam Brotman, chief digital officer of Starbucks said in a release that the goal of the Digital Network is to enable any of its customers to access the Web easily over its Wi-Fi network. 

For more:
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- The Denver Post has this article

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2. Level 3 core network services revenue rises 2.4 percent to $1.4 billion

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Level 3 Communications' (NYSE: LVLT) Core Network Services was once again the shining star in its portfolio in the second quarter, rising 2.4 percent to $1.4 billion.

The service provider said that it saw growth across all three of its regions--North America, EMEA and Latin America.

Leading CNS revenues by region was North America with $970 million in revenues, while EMEA and Latin America had $220 and $189 million in revenue, respectively.

"Level 3 saw good growth in enterprise Core Network Services revenue this quarter across all three of our regions, and it continues to be the key driver for our business," said Jeff Storey, president and CEO, in the earnings release. "Demand remains healthy, and we had solid growth in Core Network Services sales this quarter."

However, as seen in previous quarters wholesale revenues declined again by $19 million. Sunit Patel, CFO for Level 3 said they "expect further declines for the remainder of the year" in wholesale services.

The service provider's total revenue was $1.57 billion, up from $1.58 billion in Q1 2013.

During the quarter, the competitive provider also reduced its net loss to $24 million, compared to $62 million in Q2 2012. The net loss, which included cash and non-cash severance charges attributable to executive management changes incurred in the second quarter 2013, was 11 cents per share.

Patel said that they "expect sequential CNS revenue growth in 2013 to be generally stronger compared to 2012."

Shares of Level 3 were trading at $22.37, up 51 cents, or 2.33 percent, in late Wednesday morning trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

 For more:
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3. CenturyLink, CWA carve out 5-year tentative agreement

By Sean Buckley Comment | Forward | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) and the Communications Workers of America District 7 have reached a tentative five-year labor agreement covering about 11,000 legacy Qwest employees.

The contract, which will now be sent to the CWA bargaining unit members for ratification, represents workers in a number of Midwest and Western states, including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

"CenturyLink and the CWA are pleased that we have come to an agreement that provides our employees fair and equitable benefits and will better enable us to deliver on our mutual commitment to serve our customers," said Glen Post, CEO and president of CenturyLink, in a release.

Under the terms of the proposed agreement, CenturyLink will provide lump sum increases and pay raises. In addition, the telco will implement limitations on its ability to outsource its call center work outside of its wireline footprint and bringing back jobs that were outsourced or off shored.

Reaching agreement will likely ensure that CenturyLink will avoid any possible service installation and repair interruptions. In February, the executive board of CWA District 7 authorized setting a strike date for 13,000 CenturyLink CWA members.

CWA's previous contracts with CenturyLink, which expired on Oct. 6, 2012, were extended on a day-to-day basis while negotiations continued.

Qwest employees who work in Montana, represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 206, should complete negotiations in the coming weeks, CenturyLink said.

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4. Birch Communications' wholesale division appoints new director, adds clients

By Sean Buckley Comment | Forward | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Birch Carrier Solutions, the wholesale unit of Birch Communications, has appointed 30-year telecom industry veteran Greg Hogan as its director of business development.

Hogan comes to Birch from Ernest Communications where he served as that service provider's VP of client services. Birch is in the process of acquiring Ernest's customer assets, a deal scheduled to close in the third quarter of 2013.

Vincent Oddo, president and CEO of Birch, said in a release that "With Greg's help, we plan to expand our wholesale portfolio in the near future, with new territories, new products and new clients."

During the quarter it also signed six new wholesale carrier customers, including Bullseye Telecom, Belgacom, Staratos, Telaris, 382 Communications, and Primus Telecommunications.

Being able to announce these six customers is a big milestone for Birch as it only launched the wholesale division last February.

The wholesale division leverages the $50 million the CLEC spent to build out its network in the Southeast and Southwest, an effort that included its own organic efforts and the acquisitions of other regional service providers.

This February, Birch completed the final phase of its multi-year network upgrade and expansion project, during which it added 43 central office colocations, for a total of 290 COs, and 15 wireless towers for its wireless local loop services in five states.

For more:
- see the release

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5. Calix's Q2 revenue rises 20 percent to $99.4 million on strong sales

By Sean Buckley Comment | Forward | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Calix (NYSE: CALX) reported that a jump in sales put its Q2 2013 revenue at $94.4 million, up 20 percent year-over-year from Q2 2012. The vendor said the rise in revenue was due to strong growth with both domestic Tier 1, 2, and 3 telcos and international service providers.

These results met the lower end of its forecasted guidance of between $94 million and $98 million.

"The year-over-year revenue growth in Q2 and better-than-anticipated bottom line results reflect the company's progress in expanding its reach into both domestic and international markets," said Carl Russo, president and CEO of Calix, during the earnings call. 

While the vendor's international revenue declined slightly to $12.1 million, the segment made up 13 percent of its total revenues and it did have one 10 percent customer in the quarter.  

One of the key initiatives Calix took during the quarter was to add enhancements to its existing E7-2 ESAP (Ethernet Service Access Platform) and 700GE ONT platforms and introduce a new product, the EXA Powered E3-48C.

With the new GPON-8 Card, customers can get 16 ports of GPON on Calix's ESAP, while new downloadable home gateway software will transform its E7 ESAP into a residential services gateway (RSG). As the latest member of its E3 family of sealed ESANs, the E3-48C offers up to 48 ports of "combo" VDSL2 and PSTN services.

Like its competitors ADTRAN (Nasdaq: ADTN) and Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU), Calix's platforms support vectoring, but Russo said that the technology is just one of many tools that wireline operators will migrate to and use where they need to extend the rate and reach of their existing copper networks.

"I look at vectoring just not the same way technologically, but the same way with new product lifecycles like ADSL and ADSL2 and then ADSL2+ and VDSL," he said. "I don't know that any of them are significant market expanders as much as they are the next technology that gets deployed in that market."

Looking towards Q3 2013, Calix has forecast revenue between $102 million and $106 million and gross margin between 46 percent and 47 percent.

Shares of Calix were listed at $11.73, up 0.01, or 0.08 percent, in Wednesday morning trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

For more:
- see the earnings release (.pdf)
- see the earnings call transcript (sub req.)

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