News of Note—FatPipe Networks, NEC, AT&T and more

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> FatPipe Networks began a collaboration with Lepton Global Solutions to optimize SD-WAN over satellite for VSAT customers. Release

> NEC has signed an agreement with the Southeast Asia-Japan 2 consortium to build a new submarine cable system to complement the existing SJC cable. Telecom Ramblings article

> QTS Realty Trust has signed lease extensions with two hyperscale anchor tenants in its Atlanta-Metro data center. Release


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> AT&T is now offering 1 Gbps FTTH speed in Michigan’s Grand Rapids and surrounding communities. M Live article

> Verizon launched TechSure to give Fios and DSL customers the digital and physical protection they need for their increasingly digital lives. Release

> California could follow Washington, which was the first state to pass its own network neutrality rules. Slate article

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