Right Networks, SUPERNAP to provide colocation services; Developers will focus on developing IoT apps for enterprises

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> UK ISP TalkTalk said it was pleased that telecom regulator Ofcom confirmed that fiber-based broadband will be a price regulated product. Article

> Right Networks has signed a contract with Switch SUPERNAP to provide colocation and connectivity services. Release

> Nigeria-based MainOne has opened a Tier III Data Center to address the growing demand for colocation, cloud and disaster recovery services in the region. Article

> A new survey conducted by Embarcadero Technologies shows that 84 percent of IoT developers will be focusing on building more Internet of Things solutions for the enterprise in 2015. Article

Cable News
> Dish Network announced that it has come to renewal terms with 21st Century Fox, ending a blackout of Fox News and Fox Business News that had been in place on the satellite carrier since Dec. 20. Article

> The FCC has asked Dish Network about how it reached its programming deals for its $20-a-month OTT service, Sling TV. Article

Online Video News
> At least some of Maker Studio's star creators won't be locked into producing videos just for the Disney-owned multichannel network nor only on YouTube, thanks to a new collaboration with Vimeo, the two companies announced Thursday. Article

Wireless News
> T-Mobile US launched new prepaid plans under its "Simply Prepaid" banner starting at $40 per month. Article

> Broadcom got out of the cellular baseband business in mid-2014 because it was losing $2 million per day staying in that market, which is dominated by Qualcomm, Intel, MediaTek and others, according to CEO Scott McGregor. Article

And finally… Will the FCC's net neutrality decision cost Americans $15 billion in new taxes? Nope. Article