CyrusOne to speak at Arizona Marketing Technology Summit event; Fibrenoire deploys PoP at Cologix's new data center

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> CyrusOne's CMO Scott Brueggeman will speak at the fifth annual Arizona Marketing Technology Summit event, taking place Aug. 22. Article

> Fibrenoire is deploying a fiber Point-of-Presence (PoP) into Cologix's new data center at 905 King Street West in downtown Toronto in order to meet customer demand. Release

> TEO LT, Lithuania's incumbent wireline service provider, is increasing the speeds of its 'ZEBRA'-branded DSL packages by up to two times at no additional cost to subscribers. Article

Cable News
> CableLabs said a user interface for a gesture-based navigation system was named the "Best New Idea" during a session at its Summer Conference last week. Article

> AT&T will launch its Digital Life home security service on Aug. 23 in upstate New York, Orlando, Fla., Providence, R.I., and Virginia Beach, Va. Article

> Rather than cutting the cord, Time Warner Cable customers are apparently running to another wireline provider--Verizon FiOS--to get their TV fix as their service provider and CBS thrash out a nasty retransmission dispute. Article

Wireless News
> A brief network outage at T-Mobile US last Friday provided an opportunity for CEO John Legere to once again highlight his hands-on management style at the "un-carrier." Article

> Nokia is currently testing a 6-inch phablet device running the latest Microsoft Windows Phone software with AT&T Mobility, and plans to release the gadget before year-end, according to a report from The Verge. Article

And finally … Service providers are finding that it's difficult to create secure e-mail. Article

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