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Cincinnati Bell wins $30M small cell deal with unnamed 'national carrier'

Cincinnati Bell, which is exiting the retail wireless market at the end of the month, is not giving up on wireless entirely. The company said it recently struck a $30 million, multi-year small cell deal with an unnamed "national carrier."

Comcast rolls out apps, content for NASCAR fans as part of Xfinity Series sponsorship deal

After announcing a 10-year agreement in early September to take over NASCAR's "triple A" racing circuit, the newly christened Xfinity Series, Comcast is rolling out new NASCAR-themed features for its X1 video platform.

AT&T slams Dish's AWS-3 auction bidding strategy, suggests rule changes for incentive auction

AT&T Mobility thinks that the record-shattering AWS-3 auction proved that going forward the FCC should more skeptical of companies like Dish Network that bid for spectrum but have not commercially deployed it. AT&T also thinks Dish manipulated the FCC's designated entity system in its bidding strategy for the auction to get discounts on airwaves.

Rovi set to expand relationships with mid-sized cable operators

Rovi Corp. president and CEO Thomas Carson told investors Thursday during the company's fourth-quarter earnings call that it is in the process of expanding its relationship with several mid-tier cable operators.

Gemalto launches probe after report claims NSA, GCHQ hacked its system to steal SIM card encryption keys

SIM card manufacturer Gemalto said it has launched an investigation into how its systems might have been compromised following a report by The Intercept that U.S. and British spy agencies hacked its systems to steal millions of encryption keys for SIM cards made by the company.

GTT acquires MegaPath's managed services business, enhances multinational customer base

GTT Communications is enhancing its multinational customer base by reaching a deal to acquire MegaPath's Managed Services business, one that currently serves more than 500 large multinational business customers.

Discovery's Zaslav on TV Everywhere: 'Cable guys aren't getting it done'

"The cable guys aren't getting it done" on TV Everywhere. That was the terse message delivered Thursday by Discovery Networks CEO David Zaslav, addressing investors in the company's fourth quarter earnings call.

T-Mobile's Legere: We're already No. 3, if you discount inactive Sprint MVNO customers

T-Mobile US CEO John Legere essentially said that T-Mobile has already passed Sprint in terms of subscribers if inactive Sprint MVNO customers are taken out of Sprint's subscriber count.

Analysts optimistic about T-Mobile's 2015 financial prospects following Q4 results

For months, financial analysts have been worried that T-Mobile US' surging subscriber growth would hinder its profitability. They're no longer quite so concerned.

Cincinnati Bell's Torbeck sees growing potential in small cell backhaul

Cincinnati Bell may have left the wireless services industry by selling its spectrum and related holdings to Verizon last April, but the service provider is aggressively pursuing new small cell wireless backhaul opportunities in its serving territory.