News of Note—Argus, Interxion, Apcela and more

news of note

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Argus Cyber Security integrated its two solution suites with Renesas Electronics to protect the vehicle infotainment and telematics units. Release

> The latest research by Telecompaper suggests fiber broadband subscribers are becoming more interested in switching to cable. Telecompaper article


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> Interxion has announced plans to add around 15,500 square meters of equipped space in a total of seven cities across Europe in response to customer demand. Release

> Apcela has closed additional funding from existing investor Claritas Capital and appointed Jack Dziak as president and COO. Release

> The MyLiFi lamp shows potential to deliver internet services over light, but its promise is years away from reality. CNET article

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