Cincinnati Bell to present at Morgan Stanley conference; Avaya completes acquisition of Esna Technologies

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> Cincinnati Bell announced that Chris Elma, treasurer of Cincinnati Bell, will be presenting at the Morgan Stanley Leveraged Finance Conference on Wednesday, June 3, at 4:15 p.m. ET. Release

> Avaya has completed its acquisition of Canadian-based collaboration and communications software provider Esna Technologies. Article

> Akamai has established a cloud agreement with China Unicom. Article

Cable News
> The FCC and Justice Department are investigating possible violations by Comcast of mandates put forth in 2011 as conditions for regulatory approval of its NBCUniversal purchase. Article

> Global revenue from satellite TV distribution will surpass that derived from cable TV in 2015, according to new data published by Digital TV Research. Article

Wireless News
> Google used its opening keynote of its I/O developer conference to unveil a new, polished version of its Android mobile operating system, a new mobile payments app called Android Pay and updates to its Google Now proactive personal assistant. Article

> Dominant chipmaker Qualcomm may need to take some radical steps to stay ahead of the direct competition presented by the $37 billion acquisition of Broadcom by Avago, analysts said Thursday. Article

And finally… AOL turns 30 and cofounder @SteveCase says to "get ready," the Internet is about to change again. Article

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