News of Note—BT, Interoute, Sprint and more

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> Interoute, which is in the process of being acquired by GTT, has been selected by a global internet technology company to deliver over 1,000 kilometers of dark fiber across south west Europe. Release

> Nitel forged a relationship with Trustwave to deliver a suite of managed security services to its nationwide business customers. Release

> Sprint, Google will end legacy Google Voice integration. Engadget article

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> BT's business unit head, Graham Sutherland, will step down as part of restructuring. The Telegraph article

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