Frontier to present at JP Morgan Media Conference; Huawei thinks SMBs should adopt cloud services

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> DirecTV and Verizon's FiOS subscribers can now get access to Speed2's online broadband racing video channel. Article

> Frontier Communications EVP and CFO Donald Shassian will present at the JP Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in Boston on May 16. Release

> AT&T has chosen four India-based startup companies to establish technology partnerships, with plans to invest in some of them as part of an effort to expand the services it provides to customers. Article

> The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has decided to no longer provide copayments for its telehealth program. Article  

> Telus has decided to withdraw its proposal to convert its nonvoting shares to common shares. Release

And finally ... Huawei thinks that SMBs need to adopt cloud services. Article

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