News of Note—Vermont’s net neutrality bill, BT, Telehouse America and more

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Vermont is now the fifth state to regulate net neutrality. (Pixabay)

> Vermont is now the fifth state to regulate net neutrality after Gov. Phil Scott signed an executive order last week. Digital Trends article

> TELEHOUSE America has plans to upgrade NYIIX by deploying core and edge routers from Extreme Networks, creating a Centillion II platform that can better meet growing demand for 100G ports and prepare for 400G. Release

> BT's Northern Ireland networks division has made Gfast available to more than 4,000 premises in Antrim as part of a pilot project announced in 2017. Ballymena Times article

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> Epicor Software has named Colleen Langevin as the chief marketing officer reporting directly to Epicor CEO Steve Murphy. Release

> Only 19% of executives in a survey by Marsh and Microsoft reported high confidence in their organizations' ability to respond effectively to a cyberattack, while only 30% said their organizations have a response plan for such incidents. ComputerWeekly article

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