News of Note—Comcast Business, FCC, Internap and more

august 8 2017

> Comcast Business launched a $500,000 fiber network expansion to the Canyon Park area in Bothell, Washington. Release

> The public sector software market is growing at 13.28% CAGR to 2021. Release

> The city of Madison, Wisconsin, has cut ties with its partner in a low-cost internet experiment. The Capital Times article

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> Internap is expanding its presence in Atlanta through a master lease for a Tier 3-like data center located at 40 Perimeter Center East from Lincoln Rackhouse, the data center division of Lincoln Property Company. Release

> The FCC has formally adopted an internet monitoring plan with the FTC. Broadcasting & Cable article

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