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Google has hatched a plan to build three new submarine cable networks next year with an aim of getting a jump on its key cloud services competitors Amazon Web Services and Microsoft. - CenturyLink has completed the build-out of a new metro fiber loop in Greenwich, Connecticut, capping off a series of network expansions throughout the East Coast during the past year. - Now that it has completed the integration of Finger Lakes Technologies Group, FirstLight has tucked the New York regional fiber provider into its broader brand. - Verizon has joined the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) project as a Platinum member, a move that reflects the service provider's desire to drive industry harmony around network virtualization and automation. - TDS has high hopes that it can apply the same level of success it has seen with growing its telecom and cable-based broadband service segments to its struggling Hosted & Managed Services (HMS) business. - NTT and Sprint are leading ETSI’s Network Operators Council advisory group for its new zero-touch network and Service Management Industry Specification Group. - Equinix, according to its third-quarter 2017 earnings report, cemented its data center position with strong revenue in the world’s top 20 largest metros. - Canadian cable operator Cogeco, which has established a large U.S. East Coast presence via its ownership of Atlantic Broadband, has acquired pieces of FiberLight’s dark fiber network in Florida. - As enterprise departments pivot their IT spending cycles toward cybersecurity and SDN, vendors like Microsoft and VMware could see demand grow throughout 2018. - Cogent may not have made a full-blown entrance into the SD-WAN game yet, but CEO Dave Schaeffer says the company is encouraged by how the vendor community is improving their product sets to enable higher speed SD-WAN services. - TDS Telecom is finding that in the markets where it offers IPTV via its FTTH network, a majority of its customers subscribe to a triple-play package. - Wave Business, Wave Broadband’s business division, has connected 39 school facilities in Modesto, California, to the district’s data center hub with dark fiber, giving the competitive provider a foundation to attract local businesses and other wholesale carrier customers. - Uniti Fiber is clearly seeing the benefits of wireless operators’ ongoing drive to densify 4G and prepare for 5G as it continues to get orders for dark and lit fiber services. - As Verizon focuses its fiber expansion decisions to accommodate multiple network needs, the telco is driving an industrywide debate on whether to build, buy or lease fiber assets. - CommScope and fiber supplier OFS have entered into a new long-term partnership that the two companies say will ensure the availability of optical fiber to CommScope for use in its customers’ networks. - Congruex has opened its wallet again by reaching a deal to acquire CHC Consulting, an engineering consulting firm focused on providing outside plant engineering services for telecom providers. - Now that Crown Castle has Lightower firmly under its fiber solutions belt, the tower company plans to integrate its fiber assets under Lightower. - As CenturyLink advances higher speed broadband into more areas of its footprint via copper and select FTTH builds, the service provider will consider a multiuse deployment mentality where it will leverage assets that can serve not only consumers, but also wholesale and business customers. - For those of us with gray hair, fixed wireless access (FWA) is not new. While FWA has been used only in limited deployments to date, we expect it to become a viable broadband access approach for a broader range of scenarios, joining the toolbox of wireline access solutions. - FairPoint, now a subsidiary of Consolidated Communications, has launched virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE), marking the service provider’s movement toward network functions virtualization (NFV) for business customers. - Verizon is clearly not leaving any option off the table to procure fiber assets to support its growing wireline and wireless network business lines. - Zayo’s aggressive bets on building out fiber networks may have initially been viewed as risky, but now the service provider is getting a steady flow for more fiber to fuel wireless and online content providers’ needs for bandwidth. - China Telecom Americas has established a partnership with technology services distributor Intelysis in a bid to extend the Chinese carrier’s service offerings in the growing U.S. market. - BSO, a competitive business services provider, has acquired microwave operator Apsara Networks with an aim of gaining a greater foothold in the low latency networking market segment. - President Donald Trump says that his plan to enhance broadband availability in rural areas will enable local farmers to more effectively take part in the internet-driven economy. -

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