News of Note—Alphabet, Koch Brothers, Unisys and more

news of note

> The Alphabet X research division has been working on free space optical communication technology that uses laser light to transmit up to 20 Gbps. Reuters article

> NTT Communications named Stephen Tsang as the new chief revenue officer of NTT Com Asia, the company's East Asia Headquarters in Hong Kong. Release

> Koch Brothers-backed groups are municipalities' new challenge to build out public broadband networks. Wired article


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> Unisys was selected to provide Google G Suite Enterprise, a cloud-based email and collaboration solution, to the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Release

> The net neutrality repeal will be gradual on ISPs’ part. Pocketnow article

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