News of Note—MEF's board election, PON market growth, Huawei in Canada

News of note

Here are the other stories we're following today.

> MEF announced the results of its 2018-2019 board of director elections at the recent MEF Annual Members Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Release

> Driven in part by business services and mobile backhaul, the worldwide PON market will grow to over $7 billion by 2022, according to research by the Dell'Oro Group. Release


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> Huawei is facing increasing scrutiny in regards to being a national-security threat in Canada. The Globe and Mail article

> SoftBank-owned ARM has reportedly agreed to buy U.S.-based analytics company Treasure Data for $600 million. Bloomberg article

> BT has opened the doors on a new global cybersecurity operations center in India. Release

> Australian telco Telstra announced a major shakeup of its executive team, which includes the elimination of the chief marketing officer role. Business Insider article


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