America Movil's Q4 revenues rise to $47.6B; Infinera names three members to Government Advisory Board

Wireline news from across the Web:

> America Movil has reported revenues of $47.6 billion for the 12-month period ended Dec. 31, 2015, representing an improvement of 1.2 percent year-on-year. TeleGeography article

> Telstra's COO Kate McKenzie said the company's network outage Tuesday was caused by "embarrassing human error." Mashable article

> Infinera appointed Roger Baker, Diana Gowen and Henry Sienkiewicz to its newly created Government Advisory Board. Release

Cable News
> Dish Network and Viacom have agreed to a short-term carriage extension, forestalling what many believe could be a protracted and bitter negotiation. Article

> The bulls are coming out in force amid a strong fourth-quarter earnings report for Comcast that included notable subscriber gains. Article

Installer News
> The final whistle in Super Bowl 50 blew less than a week, ago but Verizon Wireless is already six months into its preparations for next year's big game, to be held at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Article

Online Video News
> The number of U.S. households that stream over-the-top video using a subscription video on demand service has risen to 57 percent, according to a new report from Leichtman Research Group. Article

Wireless News
> Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer takes current CEO Satya Nadella to task over the company's lack of direction in mobile in an interview with Business Insider. Article

> Walmart Family Mobile, which offers service on T-Mobile US' network, introduced a plan that includes unlimited talk, text and data for $49.88 a month. Article

And finally … Will software-defined WAN vendors consolidate, or be consumed? Forbes article

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