News of Note—Extreme Networks, Puerto Rico, Oracle and more

news of note

> Extreme Networks has signed an asset purchase agreement with Brocade to purchase the company's Switching, Routing and Analytics data center business on the same terms as the previously announced agreement between Extreme and Broadcom. Release

> Several Puerto Rico mayors have warned that some communities won’t have restored utility service until “sometime in 2018.” Stop the Cap article

> Oracle announced new integrated PaaS offerings that the company claims make it easier for organizations to capitalize on key transformative technologies. Release

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> Sorenson Communications, a Utah-based telecommunications provider, was fined $3 million by the FCC for failing to renew a crucial domain name used by a part of the local 911 emergency service. Bleeping Computer article

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