AVG Technologies warns Skype users of new attacks; J.D. Power Study argues "cord cutting" has a minimal impact on residential TV

> AVG Technologies, a provider of Internet and mobile security, is telling Skype users to be aware of new voice and text attacks on their phone and messaging services. Release

> Celeste, a French broadband provider, is leveraging Tellabs' optical transport technology to boost its fiber network in all of France's key cities. Article

> Frontier continues to defend its stance on FiOS amidst an ongoing campaign by Comcast to lure over disgruntled FiOS TV customers. Article

> Hong Kong's Hutchison Global Communications' Fiber to the Building network reaches 8,000 buildings in the Special Administrative Region (SAR), split approximately equally between residential and commercial buildings. Article

> Orange Business Services and Consilium Marine Group establish agreement where Consilium will globally market Orange marine VSAT communication solutions through its 34 offices in 19 countries. Release

> BT Openzone has established an agreement with Hilton Worldwide to provide a fully-managed suite of Wi-Fi and Internet services across hotels in the U.K. and Ireland. Release 

And finally ... A new J.D. Power and Associates report argues that "cord cutting" has a minimal impact on residential TV subscriptions. Release

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