News of Note—Hammer Fiber, FTTH, Windstream and more

news of note

> Hammer Fiber has named Rahway, New Jersey, as the first market for its new Gigabit internet service. Release

> AT&T and other companies’ FTTH rollouts will make telcos more competitive against cable in the broadband arena, says MoffettNathanson. Telecompetitor article

> Windstream announced that the Tennessee Titans have selected the company to provide services that will meet their fans’ growing demand for in-stadium wireless access and improve the quality and reliability of the team’s communications during a headquarters expansion. Release

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> LightRiver is now offering encrypted wavelengths on its multivendor optical network management systems software. Release

> Sen. Al Franken says net neutrality should apply not just to the ISPs whose networks carry that content but also platforms that host it. Axios article

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