News of Note—Cisco, Transition Networks, AT&T and more

news of note

> The CDC is providing $2.2 million to UF Health Jacksonville to set up a telemedicine program for patients with HIV in Jacksonville, Florida. mHealth Intelligence article

> Cisco is touting ACI 3.0, the newest security and management update for its Application Centric Infrastructure software-defined network product. ZDNet article

> Transition Networks announced their new M.2 Fiber Network Interface Cards, ideal for use in small form factor PCs such as micros, minis and thin clients, that do not have space for external PCI or PCIe slots. Release

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> AT&T invested nearly $60 million in its North Dakota wireless and wired networks during 2014-2016. Release

> Frontier Communications does not plan to repay $4.7 million in stimulus funds that the federal government says West Virginia overpaid the company as part of a statewide project to expand high-speed internet. Charleston Gazette-Mail article

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