News of Note—CC&N, Hughes, AT&T and more

News of note

> Cloudwith.me, a managed cloud services company, named Jeff Pulver to its Advisory Board. Release

> CC&N has launched a new website designed to help customers stay in touch with evolving physical infrastructure technologies and enable partners and customers to communicate and engage with CC&N. Release

> Hughes Network Systems in Colombia announced plans to launch a 25 Mbps satellite service. Capacity Magazine article

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> AT&T now offers low-cost wireline internet access within its footprint, with costs ranging from $5 to $10 per month, in 21 states. RCR Wireless article

> TPx Communications, the managed services carrier formerly known as TelePacific, announced the appointment of Trevor Haworth as general manager of sales in Houston. Release

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