Rural Louisiana school relies on broadband for telemedicine station; Hurricane Electric establishes POP in Finland

Wireline news from across the web:

> Infinera will release its fourth quarter 2015 results and for the full fiscal year ended Dec. 26, 2015, after the close of the Nasdaq on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. Release

> A small school in rural Louisiana is hoping its new telemedicine program not only creates a healthier student population, but also cuts costs, boosts morale and improves grades. mHealthIntelligence article

> Hurricane Electric extended its global network to Finland with the opening of its latest point of presence at the Pasila Broadcast Tower, located at the Digita Data Center, Radiokatu 5B, Helsinki. Release

> ShoreTel has completed its acquisition of Corvisa, a provider of cloud-based communications solutions. Release

> Frontier Communications plans to release fourth-quarter 2015 results on Tuesday, Feb. 23 before the market opens, and to host a conference call that morning at 8:30 a.m. ET. Release

> Cisco wrapped up its acquisition of security startup Lancope, giving it continuous visibility and traffic analysis to its network security portfolio. The VAR Guy article

Cable News
> Comcast customers with older MPEG-2 based set-tops in Chicago have been told they need to upgrade to newer boxes that support MPEG-4 in order to keep receiving HD channels. Article

> Sony plans to launch a 4K streaming service in the U.S. aimed at providing purchasers of its 4K Bravia TVs with some content to play on them. Article

Installer News
> Industry consortium the UltraHD Alliance has created what it's billing as a "single, identifying mark" for both consumers and installers to follow for adopting 4K video, the "Ultra HD Premium" logo. Article

Online Video News
> During a packed keynote presentation here at the CES event, Netflix announced its services today are now available almost globally, in 130 countries including South Korea, India, Vietnam, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Indonesia. Article

Wireless News
> T-Mobile CEO John Legere fired back at critics of Binge On, calling them "jerks" who may be using the hot-button net neutrality issue to garner headlines for themselves. Article

> T-Mobile took advantage of the CES spotlight to announce that it has been awarded naming rights to a major sporting and entertainment venue scheduled to open in Las Vegas in April. Article

And finally … Donovan: AT&T's SDN path is hitting 'huge' milestones. FierceWirelessTech article