News of Note—Bandwidth, BT and more

news of note

> MDSL, a global leader in Technology Expense Management (TEM) solutions, announced that Sumeru Equity Partners has acquired the company and made a strategic investment in support of the company's continuing growth, strengthening its position as a global TEM leader. Release

> BT will support its $788 million plan to give 1.4 million rural homes access to internet with speeds of at least 10Mbps by raising access charges for Openreach's national network. Endgadget article

> Bandwidth has hired Tom Soroka, director of fraud mitigation, as the company continues to ramp up its ongoing fight against voice and messaging fraud and abuse. Release

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