ADTRAN unveils mini-ROADM product; Is Google fiber unnecessary?

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@FierceTelecom RT @communitynets: Examining how communities are developing their own networks to provide residential and business customers high-speed, affordable broadband access services. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Data mobility and security remain the top concerns for businesses looking at adopting cloud services. Article

> ADTRAN has added a mini-ROADM to its packet optical solution portfolio that it says is a good fit for metro and middle mile applications. Release

> Pinterest kept a number of user accounts locked because of a spam outbreak. Article

> 8x8 Chairman and CEO Bryan Martin and Chief Financial Officer Dan Weirich will present at the Oppenheimer & Co. Annual Technology, Internet and Communications Conference on Aug. 14. Release

And finally Scott Cleland, a telecom policy consultant and analyst, thinks that Google's 1 Gbps FTTH service is not necessary at a time when Comcast and Verizon are already offering 300 Mbps plans. Article

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