News of Note—FTC, FirstLight Fiber, Zayo and more

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Take a look at some of the other news stories FierceTelecom is following today. (Pixabay)

> The Linux Foundation today announced that OpenContrail, an open-source network virtualization platform for the cloud, has completed its move to the LF and has changed its name to Tungsten Fabric. Release

> FirstLight Fiber won Vacation Innovations as its latest internet and voice customer. Release

> Hudson Fiber Network won a key REIT customer for its fiber network in northern New Jersey, bringing onto its Smart Grid platform eight high profile buildings in Jersey City, Paramus, and Hoboken. Release

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> Interdata, a systems and infrastructure integrator based in the Paris metropolitan area, has selected Zayo for dark fiber infrastructure in France. Release

> The FTC’s acting chief said he’s ready to show how his agency is prepared to oversee net neutrality. Multichannel News article

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