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Intel Collaborates With CSIRO For Research

Islamabad, August 25, 2015 – Intel Corporation today announced world-first collaboration with CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, which will see Intel technology play an integral role in investigating honey bee health to secure global food supply. Show More Summary

Tuesday Roundup: Zayo, WANRack, BICS, 8×8

Time for a quick roundup of other news from this morning that is worth a look:... [visit site to read more]

Anderson Pacific Moves In With Neutral Path

A new regional player is taking shape in the Midwest.  The investment group Anderson Pacific and the fiber operator Neutral Path have combined assets to relaunch with greater reach and a wider service portfolio.... [visit site to read more]

Windstream’s Data Center Biz For Sale?

Amidst my travels this month, I missed a few items indicating that Windstream is shopping its data center and hosting business.  The latest is from Gary Kim over at IP Carrier, but it seems to have been bubbling through the cracks for a couple of weeks now.  ... [visit site to read more]

New Attorney General Asks NYPSC to Investigate Verizon

In a formal letter to the New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC), New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has asked the regulator to investigate Verizon and look at how telecom market deregulation affects businesses and customers. The letter was penned after the AG held a series of public hearings in various locations throughout the state [...]

Android Malware Can and Should be Stopped at the Network Level

By: Mae Kowalke, TMCnet, Contributor I just bought an Android tablet after living exclusively in the Apple iOS world for the past couple years. The cost of the cheaper Android tablet was great, and my geek side surely will enjoy the customization options in the days ahead. Show More Summary

How the Airlines Can Make Their Systems, and Air Travel, More Reliable

By: Paula Bernier, Executive Editor, TMC If you traveled by air this summer, consider yourself lucky if you made it to your destination on time. It was a tough summer for both the airlines and for passengers, as IT issues in both July and August led to widespread delays and flight cancellations in the U.S. Show More Summary

Int’l Roundup: Softbank, AJC, BT

After yet another quick trip, my summer travels are now over at last. As we slide into the end of Summer, here's a look at some news on the international front from the start of the week:... [visit site to read more]

CloudFlare Moves Its DDoS In With EdgeConneX

More pieces of internet infrastructure are showing up out at the edge.  This week, the piece in question is security, with CloudFlare partnering up with EdgeConneX nationwide.... [visit site to read more]

Rogers to Honour All Mobilicity Plans – For Now

Rogers recently spent $465 million acquiring one of its (dying) competitors, Mobilicity. As a result, all 150,000 customers it acquired will be transitioned over to the Rogers network. This won’t be a one-day process, but the most important question is: Will Rogers honour the low-cost plan existing Mobilicity customers have? MobileSyrup tried to find out. Not [...]

That Ashley Madison hack? You’ll be seeing more of that

This article was authored by John C. Tanner, and was originally posted on Some people have been asking me what I think of the Avid Life Media/Ashley Madison hack, and the hackers making good on their threat to release the stolen data on the internet.... [visit site to read more]

Verizon Tops AT&T in Network Quality, Sprint Makes Strong Gains over T-Mobile

Last week wireless network testing firm RootMetrics posted its biannual rankings for U.S. wireless networks, testing data reliability and network speeds as well as call and texting performance across the nation. The results, for the most part, were predictable, with Verizon taking the majority of the awards for local, state, and nationwide coverage, with AT&T [...]

New Course Listing at U of FCC: Ownership Reports 101 – Re-intro to Form 323

Media Bureau announces 90-minute crash course in advance of biennial ritual. Important reminder: Biennial Ownership Reports (FCC Form 323) for commercial radio and TV (including Class A and LPTV licensees) are due this fall. We’ve already seen the first sign of this, with the Media Bureau announcing the traditional extension of the filing deadline. (Reports … Continue Reading

Broadcasters Now in the Sights of Pre-1972 Performance Right Holders

Expanding “Flo and Eddie” theory beyond Sirius XM and Pandora, suits seek state-created performance rights royalties from broadcasters. For the last year or so I’ve reported on efforts being made by some recording artists and record labels to assert performance right interests in recordings made prior to February, 1972. (Why February, 1972? Take a minute … Continue Reading

Mobilink Partners With LUMS to Enhance Entrepreneurial Eco-System

ISLAMABAD – 6th August, 2015: Mobilink and LUMS Center for Entrepreneurship (LCE) have signed an agreement whereby, the Telco in collaboration with LCE will scout, mentor and provide sustenance to LCE’s next cohort of 12 to 18 prospective business start-ups. Show More Summary

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