News of Note—ZTE names new CEO; Facebook gets serious about blockchain; Telefónica mulls sale of some fixed-line assets

news of note
In its ongoing effort to lift US sanctions, ZTE has named a new CEO and board of directors.

Here are the other stories we're following today.

> In its ongoing effort to lift US sanctions, ZTE has named a new CEO and board of directors. Reuters article

> It would appear Facebook is getting serious about blockchain with the news that it has moved one of its senior engineers over to its blockchain project. TechCrunch article

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> In an effort to pay down some of its debt, Telefónica is reportedly thinking over the sale of part if its fixed-line network in Spain. Mobile World Live article

> Comcast's Kevin O'Toole talks about how SDN and gigabit broadband are reducing complexities in the cable operator's networks. CIO Review article

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