News of Note—D-Link, FiberLight, FatPipe Networks and more

news of note

> Router security fears have prompted a researcher to recommend that members of the general public disconnect their D-Link 850L routers from the internet. SecurityIntelligence article

> FiberLight has named XO Communications veteran Don MacNeil as its new COO. Release

> FatPipe Networks, the inventor and multiple patents holder of SDN-based WANs and hybrid WANs, today announced that its SD-WAN platforms have been certified for use in public sector agencies. Release

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> Lumos Networks named Gary Crocco as its director of enterprise sales for the company’s Richmond, Virginia, metro market. Release

> A California broadband privacy bill heads for a final vote this Friday. Electric Frontier Foundation article

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