News of Note—AT&T, UPN, ZTEsoft and more

news of note

> AT&T invested nearly $2.8 billion in its Atlanta-area wireless and wired networks between 2014 and 2016. Release

> Unite Private Networks has deployed fully protected 4×100 Gigabit wavelength service in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area to support one of DFW’s largest retailers. Release

> ZTEsoft has joined the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) project launched earlier this year. Telecompaper article

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> A variety of artificial intelligence techniques, including machine learning, provide businesses with the keys to a proactive strategy for fighting cybercrime, panelists said during a recent cybersecurity summit. PC Magazine article

> San Francisco is promising to connect every single home and business in the city to fiber-based broadband by building out its own open access network. DSLReports article

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