TSIC provides 100G services to 365's Detroit facility; IFT fines Maxcom $1.8M for quality of service issues

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Massy Communications has launched FTTH and IPTV services for Trinidad and Tobago residents. TeleGeography article

> TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) is providing 100 Gbps services to 365 Data Centers' Detroit facility and its customers. Release

> Mexican telecoms regulator IFT has fined Maxcom a total of $1.8 million for a series of quality of service issues. Telecompaper article

> Unite Private Networks is offering its full suite of services at Infomart Dallas at 1950 N. Stemmons Freeway, building into the building's meet-me room. Release

Cable News
> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler received some pushback on his controversial pay-TV set-top proposal while appearing in a Senate Commerce Committee hearing Wednesday. Article

> DOCSIS 3.1 represents the promise of multi-gigabit speeds over existing cable infrastructure and the technology is generating a lot of hype in the pay-TV industry, but some smaller MSOs are hesitant to pursue the technology. Article

Installation News
> Verizon's ongoing fiber buildouts are having a clear effect on network installer Dycom's revenue stream, rising nearly 12 percent to $66.3 million in the second quarter of 2016 for the company. Article

Online Video News
> Enterprise online video platform provider JW Player is taking a bold step into the mobile app world. The company launched a new open-source product, Apple TV App Builder, which enables online video providers to create an iOS streaming app with "minimal" time and effort to configure and launch. Article

Wireless News
> Sprint is teaming with an app publisher to give away selfie sticks and external power chargers to customers at two New York retail locations today as part of an unusual in-store campaign. Article

> Apple plans to ship the first iPhone with an OLED display as early as next year, according to a report from the Chinese branch of the Asian news organization Nikkei. Article

And finally … A New York City resident talks about how he had to wait seven months for Verizon to get his DSL line repaired. Ars Technica article