News of Note—Comcast makes $65B bid for 21st Century Fox; Cisco racks up SD-WAN customers

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Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Comcast upped the ante to $65 billion in its bidding war with Walt Disney to buy 21st Century Fox. Reuters article

> Cisco has racked up more than 800 SD-WAN customers since it bought Viptela last year. SDxCentral article

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