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Report: FCC's proposed middle ground net neutrality rules come under fire

Perhaps not surprisingly, the FCC's newly proposed net neutrality rules, which will allow content providers like Netflix to pay service providers access to consumers, isn't sitting well with a number of consumer advocates.

Global Capacity, 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network strike wholesale arrangement

24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network announced that it has established a new wholesale agreement with Global Capacity's One Marketplace, a move that will enable it to immediately expand its coverage and scale its service to serve customers that have needs from 10 Mbps and above.

AOL, Amazon, Dish, AT&T, TWC take on the online video market

While much of the online video industry is keeping a close eye on Aereo's first hearings with the Supreme Court, the industry has seen a flurry of new announcements in just the past few days from large telcos, cable operators and satellite providers.

Infinera Q1 2014 revenue rises to $142M on ongoing 100G sales

Infinera bucked the seasonal first-quarter optical industry decline trend, reporting that its first-quarter 2014 revenues were $142.8 million, up sequentially from $139.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2013 and $124.6 million in the first quarter of 2013.

Dimension Data snaps up Nexus, enhances U.S. IT capabilities

Dimension Data has purchased all of Nexus, an IT network integrator, a move that deepens its presence in the U.S. and broadens its services portfolio for high growth vertical segments like education, retail, hospitality and healthcare.

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Video streams on Amazon's Prime Instant Video service "nearly tripled" in the first quarter compared to the same period last year. The online giant touted new products in its earnings release, like Fire TV and its HBO content deal, while minimizing more worrisome aspects of its financials, like its spiraling expenses.

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In his first quarterly conference call with investors as Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella promised the company would work to innovate more quickly in an effort to redefine itself as a mobile-first, cloud-first company. Nadella also explained Microsoft's recent decision to eliminate licensing fees for Windows device makers that are building smartphones and tablets with screens smaller than nine inches.