Fortinet unveils SDN security framework for cloud and data centers; eircom launches new brand, begins 1 Gbps rollout

Wireline news from across the web:

> Fortinet unveils SDN security framework for cloud and data center environments. Networks Asia article

> The Internet grew to 296 million domain names in the second quarter of 2015. TelecomReseller article

> eircom unveiled its new name -- eir -- and launched a 1 Gbps service for Ireland's consumers and businesses. TeleGeography article

Cable News
> Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge said he expects the company to finish 2015 with positive growth in its video subscribers. Article

> Amid a consolidating pay-TV operator landscape, two of the programming industry's smaller fish are back in talks about joining forces. Article

Installer News
> Cincinnati Bell traditionally shied away from offering a dark fiber solution, but having built out fiber to serve its consumer and business units it sees it as a part of its service evolution. Article

Online Video News
> According to OTT-focused executives from MLB Advanced Media, Australian Broadcasting Company and others, content is the only way they'll find success with viewers. Article

Wireless News
> AT&T Mobility quietly increased the amount of data customers on its legacy unlimited data plans can burn through before they see their speeds throttled. Article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company may eventually let iPhone customers delete applications that Apple places on the phones by default, like Compass, Stocks, Podcasts and Tips. Article

And finally … Cybersecurity a key Issue in upcoming presidential election, information security professionals say. Release

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