China to complete installation of quantum communications network; Westell launches new Power Distribution Unit, DCP 10x10

Installer news from across the web:

> China is set to complete the installation of the world's longest quantum communication network. Yahoo! News article

> Keystone NAP completes network installation with Sunesys and Comcast Business. Bridge Cable.com post

> Roanoke council grants access for broadband network cable, which would serve Roanoke and Salem. Washington Times article 

> Westell Technologies has launched its latest Power Distribution Unit, the DCP10x10 (DCP) High-Current Universal DC. Release

Cable News
> Amazon has paid a reported $500 million to acquire Elemental Technologies, a Portland, Ore. provider of over-the-top video services to pay-TV operators and other companies involved in multi-screen distribution. Article

> DirecTV has settled its end of a complicated series of lawsuits involving Qatari-backed news channel Al Jazeera America. Article

Wireless News
> BlackBerry said it plans to buy longtime mobile enterprise rival Good Technology for $425 million, a move that would combine the world's second and third largest suppliers of enterprise mobility management software and would roughly double BlackBerry's market share in the space. Article

> According to a new report in The Information, Google is poised to return to China with a new version of its Android smartphone app store as well as Android Wear software for wearable devices there. Article

And finally … Counting down the reasons people are interested in wireless network installation services. Home Business Ideas article 

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