News of Note—Interoute, Wi-Fi, FCC and more

august 8 2017

> Stored Technology Solutions has added Sabre Networks, a North Carolina-based IT managed solutions company, into its fold. Release

> Google Wifi aims to shield kids from the horrors of the internet. TechnoBuffalo article

> Interoute, a pan-European network and cloud infrastructure operator, has hired Credit Suisse and Evercore to help evaluate a sale of the company. Telecom Ramblings article

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> Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2), a common protocol for securing wireless networks, suffers from various vulnerabilities that may expose sensitive information to attackers. International Business Times article

> FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel wants public input before updating the broadband internet service map that is three years out of date. Associated Press article

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