MegaPath opens Phoenix field sales office; Copps to lead Common Cause Media and Democracy Initiative

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> MegaPath opened a field sales office in Phoenix, Ariz. to target new cloud and Ethernet service opportunities in the Southwest. Release

> Lumos Networks will report Q2 2012 financial results 2012 on Aug. 2 after the close of the Nasdaq stock market. Release

> Are this year's London Olympics going to melt the Internet? Article

> Michael Copps, a former Federal Communications (FCC) commissioner, will lead the new Common Cause Media and Democracy Initiative. Release

And finally … The FCC may have unveiled its long-awaited Connect America Fund, but some believe that more changes are necessary to extend broadband to more users. Article

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