News of Note—Parks Associates, Colt, Comcast and more

news of note

> Parks Associates revealed in its latest research that 40% of smart lightbulb owners use Amazon Echo or Google Home to control their devices. Release

> University of Kentucky CTO Doyle Friskney says universities must take steps to address students' personal device security and grant them constant secure access to high-speed internet services. TechRepublic article

> Colt Technology Services today announced further network optimizations to two of the company’s key low-latency routes in the APAC region. Release

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> Comcast's Xfinity Communities was selected by The Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston, to offer its residents the ability to choose technology packages of broadband internet, video and phone for their condominiums. Release

> AT&T invested nearly $725 million in its Wisconsin wireless and wired networks during 2014-2016. Release

> Any FCC attempt to redefine broadband could be a loss for rural Americans. Portland Press Herald article

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