News of Note—Dell once again publicly traded; CableLabs releases coherent optic specifications

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Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Investors are free to buy Dell Technologies stock now that Dell is once again a publicly traded company. Bloomberg article

> AT&T Labs President and CTO Andre Fuetsch writes about the importance of 5G and edge computing for gamers. AT&T blog post

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> CableLabs has released its first two specifications around point-to-point coherent optics for access networks. CableLabs blog post

> Orange Business Services and Additiv, a provider of digital solutions for the financial market, have teamed up to offer digital wealth management-as-a-service products to financial institutions. Release

> CK Hutchison Holdings is buying the remaining 50% stake of Italian mobile operator Wind Tre from partner Veon. Bloomberg article

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