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Hawaiian Telcom to serve as Hawaiki's submarine cable landing station

New Zealand-based Hawaiki Cable Limited, the owner and developer of Hawaiki submarine cable system, has chosen Hawaiian Telcom to be its landing partner in Hawaii.

Zayo adds Ajubeo to its cloud platform

Zayo continues to ramp up its cloud services connection ecosystem, announcing that it has added infrastructure-as-a-service provider Ajubeo to its Connect to the Cloud platform.

Verizon Wholesale serves up CDN capabilities for ISPs, online retailers

Verizon Wholesale is addressing service providers and ISPs that need to incorporate multimedia content into their service portfolios with the introduction of its new content delivery network (CDN) solution set.

Verizon's McAdam says it is plotting a move into the online video market

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam told investors on Thursday during the Goldman Sachs Communicopia conference in New York that it plans to enter the burgeoning online video services race. 

Windstream's Gardner: Cable could become a threat in larger businesses

Windstream today may not see cable as a major competitor in the larger business space that it plays in today, but the pending multi-billion dollar merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable could pose new challenges.

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