Impact Telecom partners with Colo Atl to enhance cloud offering; Comcast Business named No. 1 New Hampshire provider

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> Colo Atl announced that Impact Telecom has joined Colo Atl's growing list of network operators and service providers to expand cloud operations and enhance its commercial product offerings for enterprise and SMBs. Release

> Comcast announced that the readers of New Hampshire Business Review voted to select Comcast Business as the No. 1 telecommunications provider in the Granite State as part of the publication's Best of Business (BOB) Awards program. Release  

> HP will be the key technology provider for Telefonica's Unica network virtualization project, one of many NFV announcements made during the recent Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, Spain. Article

> Verizon's board declared a quarterly dividend of 55 cents per outstanding share, unchanged from the previous quarter. Release

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> The tech blogosphere has erupted into its frequent juxtaposition of rage and indignation amid the announcement that the HBO Go app is now available for Playstation 4--except for Comcast subscribers. Article

> It remains very uncertain that the programming production and distribution pipeline will have the goods by then, but Strategy Analytics says that nearly half of U.S. living rooms will have 4K/Ultra HD TV sets by 2020. Article

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> Google's forthcoming MVNO service will only work on the company's Nexus 6 smartphone, built by Lenovo's Motorola, according to a Wall Street Journal article. Article

> Bell Mobility, Eastlink, Telus, Videotron and Wind Mobile were the winners in the Canadian government's auction of AWS-3 spectrum licenses, spending a combined total of $2.6 billion in the event. Article

And finally… @TheEconomist: With a DIY bundle of electronics it is possible to stimulate your brain. But is it safe? Article

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