All Blogs / Industries / Utilities / Communication / New

Cleareon Buys Pangaea, Goes Live With Lit Services

Cleareon Fiber Networks says its network is now ready for service across the NYC metro region.  The company has been completing a dark fiber footprint in and adjacent to Manhattan since rolling out in February.  They have now moved quickly into lit services as well via a bit of M&A.... [visit site to read […]

Thursday Bytes: CS&L, Consolidated, Reliance

Several corporate moves to note today: Fresh off its acquisition of Tower Cloud, now part of its Uniti Fiber subsidiary, CS&L is getting ready for the next deal. In an SEC filing they announced plans to amend their senior secured credit agreement to allow them to use an upREIT structure should they choose to. The […]

AT&T Lines Up Behind Amazon’s Cloud

In what could be a significant realignment, AT&T and Amazon have announced a new strategic relationship to integrate their respective networking and cloud capabilities.  The two intend to collaborate not just on direct connections to the cloud, which they were already doing of course but will be enhancing further, but also on preconfigured IoT sensors […]

As Matthew Makes Its Move, FCC Provides Emergency Response Information

With Matthew, the first big hurricane to threaten Florida and the Carolinas in several years, barreling up the coast, the FCC has started its anticipatory disaster response. A public notice released this afternoon alerts the public that...Show More Summary

The SD-WAN Sector is Accelerating

In 2020, SD-WAN will be responsible for 71 percent of WAN optimization revenue.

Wednesday Bytes: GTT, QTS, Corero

Here's a quick rundown on some other news from today that's worth a look:... [visit site to read more]

Aqua Comms, Ciena Take 150Gbps For a Ride

It's been less than a year since Aqua Comms launched its new transatlantic cable system with 100x130Tbps of potential capacity on each of its four fiber pairs. However, they are already looking into the upgrade possibilities ahead.... [visit site to read more]

Is Localization Testing Necessary And How To Reduce Its Costs

Localizing your games for different languages and markets can be an extremely effective way to boost your game sales. Besides reassuring your potential audience, it is an important part of App Store Optimization (ASO) and can help your games get…

Take-Aways From the Yahoo Network-wide Scan

Yahoo appears to have provided the U.S government with key word scanning of each and every email message traversing the Yahoo network for a limited time period. See More Summary

ICANN’s contract to provide IANA functions expires

This article was authored by Dylan Bushell-Embling, and was originally posted on The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers' (ICANN) stewardship of internet governance has officially expired, triggering the transfer of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions to... [visit site to read more]

ICANN No Longer Under U.S. Control

The contract between ICANN and the NTIA was allowed to expire, which means that ICANN no longer works at the behest of the U.S. government.

Online Repack Relocation Reimbursement System Now Available for Testing

Sure, we all still have a ways to go before the Incentive Auction wraps, but it’s not too early to start thinking about relocation reimbursements. As we all know, TV stations re-assigned to new channels as a result of the auction (and the consequent spectrum repack) will be entitled to reimbursement from the Feds. Ditto … Continue Reading

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC