News of Note—TDS Telecom, FCC, Verizon and more

news of note

> TDS Telecom has started extending and improving broadband to nearly 500 locations in Myrtle, Mississippi. Release

> The FCC has approved measures to make it easier for law enforcement officials to access caller ID information in cases involving threatening phone calls. Release

> Wi-Fi hotspots have given Cubans a craving for more internet access. Reuters article

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> Logicalis US has expanded its cloud-first infrastructure-as-a-service capabilities, offering enterprise customers the assistance they need to migrate key workloads to the Microsoft Azure cloud. Release

> Verizon and U.K.-based Vodafone are urging equipment makers to lower the costs of NG-PON2 gear, though both operators gave the optical technology a vote of confidence at an industry event in Berlin. Light Reading article

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