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The U.S. government said recently it will start allowing telecommunications companies to set up equipment and other infrastructure projects needed to begin phone and Internet services in Cuba, a vital commercial component of its dramatic reopening of diplomatic relations...

source: USA Today

If you need to know when holiday shoppers are about to hit the checkout stands or when store shelves need to be stocked, Cisco Systems says a router can tell you. The company that commercialized routers 30 years ago is now using them to...

source: PCWorld

Software is set to become a bigger focus for AT&T, with the telecom operator stating plans to virtualize and control more than 75 percent of its network using software architecture by 2020. This is expected to be accomplished through the use of cloud, SDN and NFV technologies. Writing...

source: RCR Wireless

Dark fiber, which is the practice of leasing fiber optic cables from a network service provider, has re-emerged as the latest fashion trend in the wireline industry. The dark fiber opportunity is focused on serving three main markets: wireless backhaul, enterprise customers...

source: FierceWirelessTech

Someday soon, Google will announce a new set of cities that will receive Google Fiber, the search giant's blistering-fast Internet service. Among the cities being considered are places like Portland, Ore., Nashville...

source: The Washington Post

Time Warner Cable and Boingo Wireless said they have gone national with a Passpoint roaming access deal that they announced in June. Billing it as the "first reciprocal Passpoint roaming agreement in the world," the deal allows qualified TWC high-speed Internet and Boingo...

source: Multichannel News


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