iM is going to build modular colocation facilities along Allied Fiber's routes; Fast Ethernet at 100 Mbps really is affordable these days

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @ Evan Kirstel: Get off the line, forever: Telecom providers want to end the era of copper-wire landlines. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Looking at what impact the Internet of things has on the enterprise. Article

> AT&T announced that 514 California employees, and 4,031 employees nationwide, are the recipients of a President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA). Release

> iM is going to build modular colocation facilities along Allied Fiber's routes. Article

Cable News
> New Charter Communications SVP of Video Products Gary Schanman will see several familiar faces at his new job, as he is one of at least six Cablevision veterans to join CEO Tom Rutledge at the MSO. Article

> Bright House Networks and DirecTV were the top two pay TV distributors in Temkin Group's annual customer service rankings, while Comcast and Charter Communications received the lowest ratings in the sector. Article

Wireless News
> The CTIA and two TV stations in Los Angeles finished a pilot to test whether stations can share the same broadcast spectrum and concluded that it is technically possible. Article

> Microsoft announced that its Office suite will finally come to Apple's iPad. More broadly, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella used his first large public address as CEO to talk about his vision for a "mobile first cloud first" world. Article

And finally… Fast Ethernet at 100 Mbps really is affordable these days. Article

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