Data Centers Delivered awarded contract from Telx; General Bandwidth sees reduction in emission, energy costs from PSTN to IP transition

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@FierceTelecom RT @ #FTTH2014: CenturyLink's James Feger: "What we're starting to see is software and applications driving the network to do different things." | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Data Centers Delivered has completed a contract awarded by Telx to install a pre-fabricated, modular mechanical system as part of their core infrastructure plan in Clifton, N.J. Release

> General Bandwidth says that the transition of the PSTN to IP will reduce energy, water and real estate costs--and CO2 emissions. Article

> NTT Communications Corp. announced that it was named the 2014 Frost & Sullivan Data Center Service Provider of the Year. Release

Cable News
> With no major carriage to speak of beyond its part owner, Comcast, nearly 21 months after it first launched, bankrupt regional sports network CSN Houston has been given an offer by Dish Network it might have to actually consider: a la carte distribution. Article

Online Video News
> Is Amazon testing out free, ad-supported streaming of online content? According to TechCrunch, the retail giant may be trying out the concept. Article

Wireless News
> Almost six months after AT&T announced its Sponsored Data program, there are now at least a handful of companies, including Hershey's and Cut the Rope, that are currently making use of the service in a commercial setting. Article

> Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said that creating a bigger No. 3 carrier in the U.S. market would lead to better coverage in rural areas. Article

And finally… CenturyLink's Curt [email protected]FTTH2014: "… we might see half of the mobile broadband traffic switched to our network."

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