AT&T, IBM in cloud alliance; XO expands Cologix relationship

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> AT&T and IBM will offer businesses secure network communications over the cloud. Story

> XO Communications expanded its relationship with colocation provider Cologix in Toronto. News release

> West Virginia is looking for ideas on how to spend $9 million left over from a federal broadband grant. Story

> Telecom Italia is looking to Kofax for help in optimizing its customer relationship management platform. Story

> CenturyLink Wholesale was awarded customer "best-in-class" honors in a survey conducted for Atlantic-ACM's Metro Wholesale Report Card. News release

And finally … Xtera Communications' optical transport platform has been certified for deployment in Russian backbone networks. Story

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