News of Note—Google, Atlantic Broadband, Frontier and more

news of note

> Google has embarked on a major project to work with service providers in Liberia to improve access and availability of internet-related services. TeleGeography article

> Atlantic Broadband partnered with the Maryland Broadband Cooperative, Easton Utilities and the Talbot County Department of Emergency Services in Talbot County, Maryland, to extend its existing fiber network over 16 miles. Release

> Frontier Communications’ board of directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend of $3 per share on Frontier's 11.125% Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock, Series A. Release

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> Sonus Networks is now delivering an Incident Management-as-a-Service (IMaaS) offering. Release

> The Trump administration’s $1 trillion infrastructure spending plan could bolster rural broadband builds. Brookings article

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