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MidWest-IX July Newsletter
T-Mobile & Sprint Rock a Win in Court, Is Dish Ready to Roll?
And the judge believes Ergan (Dish) will actually use the spectrum ? What a dunce ! Ergan has been s
who is the anoymous dish partner that will be 50% partner
Thursday Roundup: Epsilon, Tierpoint, FatPipe, Ciena, Huawei
Rob Powell :
Haha, typo fixed.
Jeeze 200 euros? Huawei really is that cheap?
UFD Lights Up
We have several homes in the near future here in NY and the residents are super excited about this.
MOX Networks Prepares New Columbus-Ashburn Route
MOX built and operates the fiber network that supports the go-west microwave route owned by Citadel,
Lingo didn't get all of former-Impact. Our account was with Impact and we're now with Fusion.
While that is heavy erosion - it is consistent with what Birch had going on before the "acquisition"
Fiber M&A Polls: This Year’s Strategic Buyers
The issue for Centurylink and has always been the case with the Level 3 European assets is that they
Gary Weiner :
High speed trains do not travel on the same rails as our commuter trains in the USA. Time for optica
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