News of Note—Frontier, Juniper, Cable One and more

news of note

Here are some of the stories we’re following this morning:

> Frontier Communications said it reached a milestone requirement of the Connect America Fund program (CAF) well ahead of schedule, bringing broadband to 40% of eligible locations in Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Montana, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Washington and West Virginia. Release

> Juniper Networks hired a former Google executive, Bikash Koley, as its new chief technology officer, reporting to CEO Rami Rahim. SDXCentral article


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> Cable One Business said it is considering launching its “Piranha Fiber Ferociously Fast Internet” in Mississippi, a service the company said offers 2 Gbps of symmetrical internet speed. Release

> The FCC won’t release the text of more than 40,000 net neutrality complaints. Ars Technica article

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