UK-based CityFibre begins installing 90km fiber in Peterborough; Amazon signs online deal with HBO

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @ NTT Europe: "Data security used to be an implementation detail, now it is part of the RFP requirement." | Follow @FierceTelecom

> UK-based provider CityFibre, in partnership with the Peterborough City Council, has started to install a 90 km long fiber cable in the city center. Article

> AT&T named Amdocs and Juniper Networks as two additional vendors it will use to build out its user-defined Network Cloud ecosystem. Release

Cable News
> Dish Network hopes to be online and running with an Internet TV service as early as this summer, Bloomberg reports. Article

> Online video has become a Wild West shootout with new media company gunslingers battling to sign programmers to long-term deals. The latest winner in the battle--although the war has just begun--is Amazon, which signed an exclusive multiyear online deal with HBO. Article

Wireless News
> Artemis Networks, the startup behind the pCell technology for enhancing network capacity, is using spectrum controlled by Dish Network to conduct wireless tests in the San Francisco Bay Area. Article

> The CTIA trade association said that Meredith Attwell Baker, a current NBCUniversal executive and former Republican commissioner at the FCC, will replace Steve Largent as president and CEO of the wireless trade group, effective June 2. Article

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