News of Note—Windstream, FCC, Fluke Networks, Cisco and more

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The FCC sent an official notice to the Senate for the repeal of net neutrality rules. (Pixabay)

> Windstream has been awarded $2.7 million in Phase 3 of the New NY Broadband Program. Release

> The FCC sent an official notice to the Senate for the repeal of net neutrality rules, according to sources close to the regulator. The Hill article

> Fluke Networks’ Versiv Cabling Certification System now supports Legrand's family of Clarity cords and high-density jacks and Superior Essex Communications' LP PowerWise cabling products. Release


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> Telecommunication Company of Iran has signed wholesale network agreements with two local ISPs, allowing competitors to use its fiber infrastructure to carry their own services. TeleGeography article

> Cisco is getting ready to tackle the cloud now that it has closed its BroadSoft acquisition. Channel Partners article

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