Glenwood Telecommunications selects NewCore Wireless' turnkey wireless services; Black and Veatch names Pattani to head up India operations

Installation news from across the web:

> Glenwood Telecommunications, a full-service telecommunications provider serving residents and businesses in areas of Nebraska, has chosen NewCore Wireless for turnkey wireless tower services. Release 

> OFS's LaserWave FLEX WideBand multimode fiber solution for OM4 and short wavelength division multiplexing (SWDM) applications is now commercially available. Release

> Black and Veatch, a U.S-based engineering, procurement and construction service provider, has appointed Anand Pattani as managing director for the company's India operations. Economic Times article

> Emerson's waterless Liebert DSE thermal management approved for use in California datacenters. Cabling Installation and Maintenance article

> Sky claims BT has cut spending on network maintenance causing faults and service problems. The Telegraph article

Cable News
> Facing new regulations on broadband and declining fortunes in video, the U.S. cable industry could use the fresh European perspective of Patrick Drahi, said Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman. Article

> Cablevision CEO James Dolan is poised to collect a golden parachute of as much as $128 million amid the takeover of the cable company his family founded 42 years ago by a French telecom conglomerate. Article

Online Video News
> Could Latin America be getting the chance to stream the older Star Wars films on Netflix? According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, the SVOD provider is negotiating streaming rights for five of the six films with the Walt Disney Co. Article

Wireless News
> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere said that the carrier's momentum on subscriber growth has continued in the third quarter, with the company besting all of the figures it posted in the second quarter. Article

> Sprint added 33 destinations, mainly islands in the Caribbean but also France, where customers can get free texting and low rates on calls and data under its "Open World" program. Article

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