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Zayo Adds New Webscale for Reno Route, Plus a Datacenter in France

What's better than having an anchor customer for a new intercity fiber buildout? Having two of course. According to Zayo, a second major customer has signed onto the new dark fiber route it is building between Reno, Nevada and Umatilla, Oregon.... [visit site to read more]

NEC to Build SJC2

NEC says it has signed an agreement with the Southeast Asia--Japan 2 consortium to build a new submarine cable system to complement the existing SJC cable. The SJC2 cable will stretch 10,500km from Singapore to Japan, hooking up Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, mainland China, and Korea along the way.... [visit site to […]

JSA launches Women’s Speaking Initiative

This week Jaymie Scotto & Associates has launched a new initiative aimed at correcting one of the imbalances that has long been apparent in telecom and technology. When one attends conferences and other events in the space, whether physically or virtually, there are very few women behind the microphone. ... [visit site to read more]

Thursday Bytes: Equinix, 365 Data Centers, Data Foundry, LightRiver

Three bits of data center news and one corporate birthday:... [visit site to read more]

Syringa Networks to Buy Level 3’s Boise Footprint

Syringa Networks is making an inorganic move to boost its fiber depth.  The Idaho-based carrier has gained clearance from the DOJ to acquire the former Level 3 metro network in Boise from CenturyLink.... [visit site to read more]

Ciena Takes Aim at Fiber Densification

With OFC in full swing this week, Ciena has lifted the curtain on two new optical products. The target is the shifting needs of hyperscale and access infrastructure customers as the entire industry gears up for the next stage of communications technology.... [visit site to read more]

GTT Buys Accelerated

Apparently the Interoute deal didn't quite satisfy GTT's M&A appetite for the quarter.  This morning they announced another acquisition, this time up in Canada.  GTT has announced the purchase of Accelerated Communications.... [visit site to read more]

New Hearing Aid Compatibility Standards to Take Effect March 30

This week, the FCC announced that March 30 will be the effective date for amending hearing aid compatibility (HAC) rules. These rules, published in the Federal Register on March 6, were designed to allow those who are hard of hearing to have access to the national telecommunications network and to further implement the Twenty-First Century...… Continue Reading

Political Broadcasting Rules Q&A

With primaries in some states happening as soon as March, the 2018 election cycle is certain to be contentious and hard-fought. Now is the time for broadcasters to review their systems to ensure that they will be in compliance with the FCC’s political advertising requirements. Now that all broadcast stations are required to place political...… Continue Reading

Leading French TV Group Demonstrates the Lack of Value of its own Content

Once in a while in the business world you see something so unbelievably stupid that you know the moment it happens that it will be taught in business schools as a case study in fatal mistakes for decades to come. The post Leading French TV Group Demonstrates the Lack of Value of its own Content appeared first on diffraction analysis.

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