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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Register for FierceTelecom Blitz Week - June 15-18

As the telecom industry moves forward in the age of new technology, FierceTelecom Blitz week addresses the questions of how platforms, providers, and more will modernize to keep up with these fast-paced changes and their current status of implementing these changes. Join us June 15-18 to dive deep into the world of telecom transformation.

> 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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