CenturyLink and its predecessor companies like Level 3 may have traditionally sold dark fiber on a wholesale basis to other carriers and web scale companies, but the service provider says more enterprises are requesting the service as a way to secure sensitive data.
CenturyLink recently surpassed AT&T as the largest domestic U.S. Ethernet carrier, and the service provider plans to advance its status further by using its SDN-based architecture to fuel a new set of services and cloud options for business customers.
Listen in as chief security strategist Dale Drew shares how CenturyLink is working to make victim notification look a lot less like phishing.
As the broadcasting delivery systems continue evolving, the CenturyLink finds it critical to develop its network and adapts to the changing needs and requirements of its customers.
CenturyLink, the largest public company headquartered in Louisiana, is basically responsible for all of the technology in U.S. Bank Stadium, from the jumbotron to the WiFi to the video streamed to TV networks throughout the world.
Mohamed Dhinbil is named as one of "Eric's Heroes” by Komo 4 TV. CenturyLink encourages employees to volunteer and make a difference in the world.
CenturyLink has responded to the mobile workforce and bring your own device trends with its new Adaptive Network Security Mobility service, making it the standard security product for the new company formed after completing its acquisition of Level 3.
With the $34 billion acquisition of Level 3, CenturyLink's network now connects more than 350 metro areas with 100,000-plus fiber-enabled buildings in North and Latin America, Europe and the Middle East.
In today’s digital world, everyone has come to expect constant connectivity, whether they’re at work or at play. They expect information to readily be available at home or on the go, especially when they attend sporting events and concerts.