News of Note—Zayo, Adtran, AT&T and more

august 8 2017

> Zayo unveiled plans for three diverse network routes from Marseille to the major markets of western Europe and on to North America. Release

> Adtran has cut a deal with Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) to deliver self-organizing mmWave technology for backhaul and access capabilities to fixed and mobile operators for 5G densification architectures and higher access speeds. Release

> AT&T is delivering its FlexWare platform to 60 Omni Hotels & Resorts. Release

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> GTL today announced that inmates can now keep up to date on world events through the latest Inspire inmate tablet application: Newsfeed. Release

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