News of Note—Cisco, TDS Telecom, AT&T and more

august 8 2017

> Cisco completed its acquisition of BroadSoft after receiving antitrust clearance from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. CRN article

> TDS Telecom will receive nearly $1 million from the New NY Broadband Program to upgrade services in portions of its Edwards Telephone Company. Release

> Atrinet has been selected by Hudson Fiber Network to provide NetACE, a software tool that can identify any existing services on the network—regardless of network manufacturer and network technology. Release

> Unite Private Networks is building out a network for the City of Rolling Meadows, Illinois, which will connect all the city's buildings together with 100 Gbps pipes. Release

> The Electronic Frontier Foundation says that AT&T’s Internet Bill of Rights is based on a hypocritical foundation. EFF article


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