News of Note—Juniper, Comcast, Telia Carrier and more

august 8 2017

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Juniper Networks has unveiled an optical network platform separating the optical line system from the network control software. SDxCentral article   

> Comcast announced that Taco Bell selected Comcast Business Enterprise Solutions to provide managed services, including guest Wi-Fi, at more than 6,200 Taco Bell company and franchise locations across the U.S. Release


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> QTS Realty Trust announced that Telia Carrier has deployed a connectivity node in QYS' Richmond data mega data center. Release

> AT&T will not appeal a federal judge’s ruling upholding a local law Louisville passed last year to make it easier for new internet providers like Google Fiber to access utility poles in the city. WDRB article

> How to find out if your ISP is secretly throttling your internet speed. The Next Web article

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