News of Note—Broadband Now, Ethernet, TDS and FCC

news of note

> The overall Ethernet Switch market is forecast to exceed $28 billion in 2021, according to a recent Dell’Oro Group report. Release

> Broadband Now revealed that there are 194 different ISPs that impose some type of usage limits on their broadband customers. DSL Reports article

> TDS has begun construction to expand and improve broadband to more than 1,200 locations in southern Oklahoma, in the Arbuckle Mountains area. Release

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> Houston Wire & Cable Company elected Roy Haley to its board of directors. Release

> The CAF auction will provide $2 billion for rural broadband; the FCC anticipates “new” service providers. Telecompetitor article

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