News of Note—BT, Microsoft, Windstream and more

news of note

> BT announced that Cobalt, the FX post-trade processing network based on distributed ledger technology, has joined the BT Radianz Cloud. Release

> Zayo purchased a colocation facility located at 7579 W 103rd Avenue in Westminster, Colorado. Release

> Ever-evolving technology has Albany officials considering wireless options to provide municipal internet for the capital city. Times Union article

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> Besides having a plan for preventing security breaches, enterprises should have a business continuity and disaster response plan in place, says Microsoft. TechRepublic article

> Windstream has deployed two new network Points of Presence at CoreSite's Los Angeles and Denver data centers. Release

> FCC extends comment deadline on Ajit Pai's proposal to cut the broadband speed standard. Gizmodo article

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