News of Note—CRTC, EarthLink, Verizon and more

News of note

> Canada’s telecom regulator, the CRTC, is mandating that Canada's big telecom companies give smaller internet providers access to their wholesale high-speed services over fiber networks. CBC News article

> EarthLink, which has traditionally had reselling agreements with now Charter-owned Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, has begun charging its customers an additional $4.95 per month to retain their existing e-mail address and e-mail service. DSL Reports post

> Verizon announced three organizations that will receive grants as part of its $10 million pledge to fund Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Release

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> The managed services market size is expected to grow from $152.5B in 2017 to $257.8B by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 11.1%, according to MarketsandMarkets. Release

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