Banks embrace cloud computing; NH FastRoads gets ready to launch its FTTH network

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@FierceTelecom RT @CenturyLink Business‏: Banks big and small are embracing cloud computing. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> New Hampshire FastRoads says it's ready to launch fiber to the home services. Article (.pdf)

> Huawei's role at a cybersecurity center is being investigated by the UK government. Article

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> Comcast engineers could extend the reach of the company's Wi-Fi network by placing transceivers on rental cars, buses, bicycles and even humans, according to a patent application. Article

> Walt Disney Co. signed a long-term deal with the National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative which includes distribution for SEC Network, the college sports network Disney plans to launch in August 2014 with the Southeastern Conference. Article


> Twelve new products from seven vendors have been certified HomePNA compliant by the HomeGrid Forum, marking the first such certification since the two bodies merged in late May. Article

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> Aereo won another incremental legal battle, but the development could set up a bigger showdown over the copyright law interpretation underlying its operations. Article

And finally … Apartment residents will pay 15 percent higher rent to get a fast home network. Article

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