Monthly Archives: May 2014

Comcast CEO says it was ‘now or never’ for Time Warner Cable deal
South Florida Business Journal (blog)
While discussing the possible Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Wednesday, Comcast’s CEO said it was a “now or never” decision if it wants to expand to New York and Los Angeles.

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Jamaica Gleaner

$8100000 PO: WindStream Technologies and Jamaica Public Service Company
Wall Street Journal
(JPS), have expanded their relationship with the execution of a new $8,100,000 purchase order (PO) to coincide with the PO for $14,500,000, signed earlier this year, which will provide additional products and services offered by WindStream Technologies
JPS empowers with new technology

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Mooresville revokes all Time Warner Cable easement agreements
Charlotte Observer
MOORESVILLE The Town of Mooresville this week revoked dozens of easement agreements it made with Time Warner Cable over the years because of concerns the company buried fiber optic lines outside the town’s right-of-way in some homeowners’ yards …

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CenturyLink partners with Share in support of backpack drive
Vancouver Business Journal
CenturyLink has announced that for five days, beginning June 2, it will match all cash and food donations directed to Share’s Hunger Response Program at a rate of 6 to 1. The announcement by CenturyLink comes as part of the company’s ‘Feed the Children …

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Comcast To Give Video Devices A Shot In The ARM
Multichannel News
During an interview at The Cable Show in April, Matt Strauss, Comcast Cable’s senior vice president and general manager, video, said the operator was developing a model dubbed the Xi4, indicating that it will be a smaller version of the Xi3. The

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Comcast, Netflix, Sprint: 3 Different Tales of Broadband Competition
PC Magazine
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts (above) defended his company’s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable, saying that when you net out the acquisition with the cable systems Comcast has proposed to divest, Comcast would only gain 7 million new customers, …
Netflix CEO Hastings: Comcast wants ‘the whole Internet to pay them’
Reed Hastings: Comcast ‘wants the whole Internet’
Hastings: Comcast wants to become the ‘post office’

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Windows IT Pro

CenturyLink recognized in Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service
"We believe that CenturyLink’s recognition in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service underscores our success in delivering innovative cloud services that are both IT ready and developer friendly," said Andrew Higginbotham
Gartner: Microsoft is Catching Up with Amazon in IaaS Cloud Market
Microsoft Pressuring AWS In The Clouds

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