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Comcast Business Invests In Virginia Fiber Reach

Comcast Business is taking aim at the SMB and enterprise markets in the state of Virginia.  Yesterday they announced plans to spend more than $9M over the next year to expand their fiber and Ethernet network reach to as many as 3,000 additional businesses.... [visit site to read more]

Game Localization Link Roundup – May 2016

May was somewhat a slower month in the game localization industry after a few content-rich months. It might just be the calm before the storm though, as great things to be waiting around the corner. On a personal level, I…

Cloud Connect Roundup: TI Sparkle, Lightower, Equinix

Having specialized options to hook enterprises up to the various big cloud providers have become table stakes in the bandwidth game.  Here are three cloud connectivity announcements to look at this morning.  ... [visit site to read more]

Student Discount: FOIA “Educational Institution” Fee Exemption Available to Students

D.C. Circuit reverses longstanding – if illogical – policy of many agencies. The federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and its state equivalents remain a useful tool for anyone wishing to keep an eye on our governments’ activities. FOIA requests have led to the exposure of waste, fraud and abuse in government programs. Such revelations, … Continue Reading

Level 3 Taps CityFibre’s Growing Footprint

CityFibre announced the signing of a new national master services agreement with Level 3 Communications.  The MSA will let Level 3 more smoothly access fiber routes on the rapidly growing CityFibre footprint in metro areas around the UK.... [visit site to read more]

Internet as a Public Utility: A Canadian Case Study

Even as Canadians attempt to sort out their own Net Neutrality regulations, repairing the debacle left by previous federal administrations, there is one Canadian city that is hoping to pave the way forward towards establishing high speed broadband service as a public utility, even if federal regulatory bodies are unwilling to define it as such. […]

Legal 500 Kudos to Karyn Ablin, Copyright Lawyer Par Excellence

A week or two ago we introduced you to Karyn Ablin, a new arrival at FHH but an old-hand in a number of practice areas, including particularly copyright law. We should have held off on the welcoming post, because no sooner had we put it up but Karyn added yet another honor that we could … Continue Reading

CenturyLink Takes a Swing at SD-WAN

As it puts SDN into practice in its network on a significant scale, CenturyLink is taking a new software-defined product to market. Today they unveiled a fully managed SD-WAN.... [visit site to read more]

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