Skype fined $250K by Belgian regulator; Cox, Frontier subscribers get access to Pac-12's national feed

Wireline news from across the web: 

> Lumos Networks will host a conference call with financial analysts at 8:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday Aug. 3, to discuss its operating and financial results for the second quarter of 2016 and provide selected financial guidance for 2016. Release

> Cox and Frontier subscribers now have access to the Pac-12's national feed. Los Angeles Daily News article

> The Belgian Institute for Post and Telecommunications (BIPT) has fined VoIP operator Skype $253,462 for its failure to identify itself as a provider of electronic communications services via its SkypeOut service. TeleGeography article

> CyrusOne has finished expansion projects in Arizona and Texas, constructing a new data center that brings 36,000 colocation square feet and 2MW of power to their Chandler facility outside of Phoenix. Release

Cable News
> Analysts are dismissing a report that Comcast may be looking to acquire Level 3 Communications. Article

> After striking out last year in its attempt to build a streaming skinny bundle that would compete with the major pay-TV operators, Apple video chief Eddy Cue as asked by The Hollywood Reporter if his company might take another stab. Article

Installer News
> Data storage vendor Peak Hosting has declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy and laid off 135 workers after its primary customer, game developer Machine Zone, Inc., sued it over failures contributing to an outage for its IP Game of War. Article

Wireless News
> Final bids for Yahoo's core internet business are due Monday, according to The New York Times, and the board plans to make a decision on the fate of the assets soon afterward. Article

> Virgin Mobile will move its headquarters and hire more than 50 new employees as it continues to prepare for a relaunch of Sprint's prepaid wireless brand later this year. Article

And finally … SDN-WAN technology can turn multiple Internet broadband connections into a high performance business network. Cloud Brokerage Service article

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