News of Note—Verizon, Prysmian, FCC and more

News of note

> Verizon-owned stores in Corpus Christi and Victoria along with most stores in the Houston metro area are open for business today, after several days of being closed after Hurricane Harvey. Release

> Prysmian Group has renewed its partnership with Telecom Italia with three one-year contracts for the supply of fiber optic cables and connectivity solutions. Release

> FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will travel to Texas this week, where he will inspect the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, assess the impact on communications infrastructure and meet with those involved in recovery efforts. Release

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> Dycom’s board of directors has approved a change in the company's fiscal year end from July to January. Release

> The global hyperscale data center market is forecast to decline at a CAGR of 11.1% during the period 2017-2021, according to Research and Markets. Release

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