Cable operators offer more WiFi access; AT&T Business shows enterprises how to be adaptable

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> More cable operators start offering outdoor WiFi to enable consumers to access the Web from their mobile devices. Article

> John Keagy, CEO of GoGrid, talks about his company's global cloud expansion efforts. Post

> Inteliquent has implemented its commercial HD voice interconnection solution for Broadvox, a provider of hosted IP voice services to business customers and service providers. Article

> CALIENT plans to hold a number of new product launch activities during the upcoming OFC/NFOEC trade show. Release

> Comcast Business Services offers chamber referral program in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. to help small businesses access advanced communications solutions. Release

And finally ... AT&T Business lists three elements enterprises need to become more technologically adaptive. Post

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“We’ve seen decades of momentum in weeks," said Gelsinger. "We’re surprised how quickly customers were able to adapt."

Along the same lines as AT&T last week, Comcast Business has released a more robust, in-home broadband service for work from home employees.

After posting a triple-digit revenue increase last year, the growth outlook for carrier managed SD-WAN has been lowered by 17%, according to a report.