News of Note—Aryaka, Frontier, Ribbon and more

august 8 2017

> Amid net neutrality repeal, startups aim to provide an alternative route to internet access via VPNs and mesh networks, but their approaches remain unproven. WSJ article

> Aryaka entered into a new technology partnership with cloud security specialist Zscaler to deliver a global SD-WAN and cloud security offering. Release

> A leading Ad Tech company has selected Zayo for data center colocation and IP connectivity in its Oak Brook and Ashburn data centers. Release

> Frontier Communications FiOS customers in the Seattle area have lost access to KIRO-TV programming as Frontier refuses to agree to Cox Media Group's demands for large fee increases of more than 80% over the next three-year contract period. Release

> Ribbon Communications, the new company created out of the merger of Sonus and Genband, expanded its revolving credit facility to $100 million. Release

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