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Int’l Bytes: RETN, CityFibre, China Unicom, Aryaka

Here's a quick rundown on some of the early infrstructure news from around the world:... [visit site to read more]

Industry Spotlight: Epsilon CEO Jerzy Szlosarek

One of the most dynamic segments in the market today is that of interconnection and cloud connectivity.  Automation is key, and the shift from a telco mindset to a DevOps approach is something we are hearing about on many fronts.  One company that has been shifting its model in this way is Epsilon Communications, which […]

McKinsey: Half of World’s Jobs Could Be Automated by 2055

News this week included big job automation numbers, huge numbers for 5G, Google's malware chase, and cellular speed checks at the airport.

At long last, ISPs to start sending out piracy warning letters

The Digital Economy Act of 2010 provided an elaborate regime for tackling online piracy but this collapsed when there was no agreement on how it should be funded. So the infamous warning letters to those suspected of piracy never went out. Now, however, ISPs have started sending “educational letters” to customers identified as downloading copyright […]

More FTT for Zayo in Colorado

Zayo has won another fiber-to-the-tower deal, this time in its home turf along Colorado's Front Range.  A major wireless carrier has signed on for a dark fiber solution that will help it implement a C-RAN architecture in the region.... [visit site to read more]

Friday Bytes: Wave, Crown Castle, DE-CIX

Here's a quick roundup of some other items to finish out the week: two bits of M&A news and an interesting global interconnection collaboration.... [visit site to read more]

Final Latch Secured On LPTV Freezer

The FCC has announced that effective immediately, it will no longer accept applications for construction permits for new digital companion channels filed by analog Low Power Television stations.  While this article refers to only LPTV stations, TV translators are subject to all the same rules and to the new freeze. This freeze removes the only … Continue Reading

Windstream Helps Packers, Introduces SD-WAN

Windstream made two interesting announcements in the enterprise space yesterday.  One was a high profile contract win with the Green Bay Packers, and the other featured the addition of SD-WAN to their product set.... [visit site to read more]

Video Game Culturalization: Definition and Best Practices (IGDA LocSIG)

The Best Practices for Game Localization is a true gem of information kindly shared by the IGDA LocSIG. It contains everything one needs to know about game localization. The format in which it is shared might make it a little…

EE fined £2,700,000 by Ofcom for overcharging tens of thousands of its customers

This week, EE was fined £2,700,000 by the regulator Ofcom for overcharging tens of thousands of its customers. The penalty is the result of an investigation into the mobile phone provider, which found that the company broke a fundamental billing rule on two separate occasions. First, EE customers who called the company’s ‘150’ customer services […]

Biometrics: Valuable, But No Panacea

Biometrics are used to enable electronic devices to be used, to grant and deny access to physical locations, and for non-security purposes.

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