WOW! Business brings 10G Ethernet, SIP trunking to Evansville, Ind.; Jack Cassidy retires from Cyrus One's board

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> WOW! Business introduces 10 Gbps Ethernet and SIP trunking services for Evansville, Ind.-based businesses. Release

> Australia's NBN Co. announced that about 19,000 families and businesses in 15 communities across Australia are set to complete the transition to the National Broadband Network (NBN). Article

> Jack Cassidy, who has been a director of CyrusOne since July 2012 and chairman of the board since January 2013, has decided to retire from the board. Release

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> Can former News Corp. president and COO Peter Chernin make the $49.5 billion AT&T/DirecTV merger work? Article

> Often seeking programming they can't find on linear TV channels, U.S. Hispanics stream more video content than any other domestic consumer demographic, according to a report released earlier this week by research company PricewaterhouseCoopers. Article

Online Video News
> According to sources familiar with the matter, Yahoo is close to acquiring online video startup RayV--a purchase that may help shore up the technology behind its own video efforts, The Wall Street Journal reports. Article

Wireless News
> Cricket, the new prepaid brand of AT&T Mobility, is now offering a wide range of financing options to customers who want to purchase expensive phones. Article

> T-Mobile US, along with its MetroPCS prepaid brand, surpassed Sprint and Sprint's MVNOs as the third-largest U.S. carrier in terms of smartphone volumes in the first quarter, according to a new research report. Article

And finally… Ninety-four of all data security incidents in 2013 can be traced to nine attack patterns. Report

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