News of Note—Zayo, UFB, NTT and more

News of note

> Consolidated Smart Systems, one of the largest private broadband providers in California, has selected Zayo for a dark fiber solution to enhance and expand their broadband service capabilities to multiple dwelling unit communities in Southern California. Release

> The quantum computing market, according to MarketsandMarkets, is expected to be valued at $495.3 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 29.04% between 2017 and 2023. Release

> Nearly 1.2 million New Zealand households and businesses now have access to Ultra-Fast Broadband, according to Communications Minister Simon Bridges. Telecompaper article

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> Cyberattacks across the world increased 24% in the second quarter, with phishing attacks accounting for 67% of malware incidents, says a Global Threat Intelligence Center report by NTT Security. Dark Reading article

> The Light Fidelity wireless protocol, which works from transmitters in light-emitting diode lamp bulbs, could function as a complement to Wi-Fi connectivity, offering faster internet access for mobile devices. Network World article

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