Nokia, Telefonica Chile install small cells in Santiago, Chile shopping center; Tata sells large chunk of data centers to Temasek

Installer news from across the web:

> Nokia and Telefonica Chile have completed what the companies say is one of the world's largest indoor deployments of small cells to meet the ever-growing 3G and 4G data demands of mobile device users at the Costanera shopping center in Santiago, Chile. Cellular News article 

> Tata Communications sold a 74 percent stake in its data center business to a unit of Temasek Holdings for an enterprise value of $633 million to raise funds for expansion and pare debt. Data Center Knowledge article

> According to a study by Viavi, more than half (54 per cent) expect bandwidth requirements to grow by 50 per cent this year, and almost half (48 per cent) expect it to double, by the end of next year. IT Pro Portal article

> The City of Idaho Falls is reportedly considering options to provide fiber connectivity directly to homes in the municipality. Local news 8 article

Cable News
> While it has steadily diminished the ambitions of its video services business while up-playing residential broadband and business services, Cable One has also worked to reduce the "hollow profitability" of its video customer base. Article

> Outlining the corporate strategy for his company's $3.8 billion purchase of DreamWorks Animation, Comcast CFO Mike Cavanagh said a key reason for the deal was to acquire DreamWorks' kids TV animation business, which will be used to create SVOD content. Article

Telecom News
> AT&T is may be keen on advancing its FTTH rollouts, but like any service provider the biggest potential obstacle that could get in its way is the local permitting process to install fiber to each premises. Article

> ShoreTel, a supplier of UC solutions to major telcos like AT&T and Frontier, has lowered its 2017 hosted revenue growth from 30 percent to the 21-24 percent range as it sees speed bumps with integrating Corvisa into its portfolio. Article

Wireless News
> AT&T's Ralph de la Vega said he is not concerned about the decline in the number of the carrier's postpaid phone customers because of the growth of AT&T's Cricket prepaid wireless business. Article

> American mobile users ate through 9.6 trillion MB of data last year, more than doubling the 4.1 trillion MB of data they consumed in 2014, according CTIA's latest annual report on the wireless industry. Article

And finally … BSRIA declared the global cabling market declined 3 percent in 2015, to $6 billion after 2014's $6.2 billion in manufacturer selling price (MSP). Cabling Installation & Maintenance article