News of Note—Verizon, Amazon Web Services, TIM and more

august 8 2017

> The CDN security market is forecast to grow from $1.93 billion in 2017 to $7.63 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 31.6%. Release

> Verizon is on the hook for Marissa Mayer's Yahoo search deal with Mozilla, which could cost the telco "hundreds of millions" on top of $4.5 billion acquisition cost. Bloomberg article

> Symantec chose Amazon Web Services as its strategic infrastructure provider for most of its cloud workloads. Release


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> Telecom Italia (TIM) is considering a plan to spin off its network operations into a separate division to allay government fears that its largest shareholder, Vivendi of France, has too much influence over an asset that the state sees as strategically important. TeleGeography article

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