Suddenlink rolls out three more 1-Gig markets; Cologix completes acquisition of Net Access

More wireline news from across the Web:

> Bell Labs researchers demonstrated a 6x6 multiple-input/multiple-output (MIMO) digital signal processor (DSP) that can retrieve signal information from noisy space-division multiplexing (SDM) transmissions in real time. LightWave article

> Cologix completed its acquisition of Net Access, a colocation and workspace recovery facility in New Jersey. Release

> Integra announced a unified communication cloud voice solution that will provide customizable communications services for its enterprise customers.  Release

> Suddenlink deployed 1-Gig service to three more markets--Georgetown, Texas; Lake Charles, La.; and St. Joseph, Mo. CED article

Wireless News

> General Communication Inc. (GCI) is partnering with ClearSky Technologies to roll out and manage residential femtocells for its customers in an effort to boost coverage. Article

> Verizon is offering 1 GB of free data to customers on qualifying plans, and MetroPCS is rolling out a "Buy One Get One" smartphone offer for Black Friday shoppers. Article

Cable News

> Comcast said its new Xfinity Stream TV product is an "IP-cable" service running over a managed network that should not, per FCC guidelines, factor into data usage limits the MSO is testing in certain parts of the country. Article

> Princeton, N.J.-based operator RCN has given responsibility for its local advertising sales to Comcast Spotlight. Article

And finally … Breakups can be painful, but Facebook has unveiled a tool to make them easier.  Article

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