Zayo to announce FY Q3 earnings 2016 on May 5; QTS Realty Trust offers cloud service in Dallas-Ft. Worth data center

Wireline news from across the web:

> Verizon wireline striking workers on the picket lines got some high-profile political visitors such as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Multichannel News article

> Hospital for special surgery taps Hudson Fiber for custom data network. Release

> Mitel's acquisition of Polycom is more than just another acquisition for the Canadian vendor. no jitter article

> QTS Realty Trust announced availability of its secure Enterprise Cloud service in the QTS Dallas-Fort Worth mega data center. Release

> Zayo will announce its earnings for the third quarter fiscal year 2016 ended March 31, 2016, on Thursday, May 5. Release

> Lumos Networks will host a conference call with financial analysts at 8:30 a.m. (ET) on Thursday, May 5, to discuss its operating and financial results for the first quarter of 2016 and provide selected financial guidance for 2016. Release

> Liberty Puerto Rico confirmed that its recently acquired Choice Cable TV unit has now been fully integrated with its central operation. TeleGeography article

Cable News
> Never a huge supporter of economy-sized pay-TV packaging, Time Warner Cable is using a $10-a-month skinny bundle to boost broadband subscriptions. Article

> Friday's epic showdown between Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw and San Francisco Giants pitching star Madison Bumgarner was supposed to be the first of 25 Major League Baseball games shown live in 4K by DirecTV, but technical issues kept the satellite operator from executing on the plan. Article

Wireless News
> A vulnerability in the worldwide mobile exchange system continues to allow hackers to access others' wireless data -- more than a year after the flaw was discovered, CBS'60 Minutes reported. Article

> Verizon appears well positioned to acquire Yahoo's online assets as the deadline nears for preliminary bids. And as expected, AT&T and Google parent Alphabet reportedly aren't in the running. Article

And finally … Frontier admits California outages are worse than previously thought. Los Angeles Times article