News of Note—Crosslake Fibre, Microsoft, Logix Fiber Networks and more

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> Millennials are more likely than older people to say telemedicine is an "extremely or very important" option when it comes to medical care, according to a study of health insurance consumers. MobiHealthNews article

> Crosslake Fibre has selected Hexatronic Cables & Interconnect Systems AB of Sweden to supply the high-fiber-count submarine fiber optic cable and Maritech International LTD to construct the Horizontal Directional Drilled shore ends for its 58km submarine cable project being developed across Lake Ontario. Release

> Microsoft has committed $5 billion to serving business customers with IoT solutions over the next four years. VentureBeat article

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> Logix Fiber Networks, the largest Texas-based independent fiber network provider, has joined the Texas 5G Alliance as a coalition member. Release

> Nearly half of organizations that suffered a cyberattack within a one-year period were hacked again within 12 months of the initial attack, says FireEye M-Trends in a new report. ZDNet article

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