NetScout closes $2.3B deal for Danaher's T&M business; Hudson Fiber Network deploys fiber to buildings in New York

More installation, small cell, FTTP and equipment news from around the Web:

> NetScout has closed its $2.3 billion acquisition of Danaher's test and measurement equipment business. RTT News article

> Hudson Fiber Network has announced the deployment of fiber to a number of New York's larger buildings and data centers, including data centers at 111 Eighth Avenue, 60 Hudson Street and 325 Hudson Street, with fiber also connecting future data centers at 375 Pearl Street, 32 Avenue of the Americas and 85 Tenth Avenue. Release

> Amphenol RF has introduced more than 200 preconfigured cable assembly configurations to serve the broadcast market, promising "low signal distortion and flawless broadcast transmission." Cabling Installation & Maintenance article

> A dispute between Phoenix Telecom and a contractor has led to a lawsuit. Inside Towers article

> Coaxicom has introduced a tool for cross-referencing the company's database of RF components. Cabling Installation & Maintenance article

And finally…  The police in the Michigan city of Shelby Township posted a mug shot of a squirrel that allegedly stole 28,000 pounds of snack nuts from a tractor-trailer rig parked in the city. 

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