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Fact: If there is no physical network, there is no wireless network, and without the physical network there can be no broadband, no Internet and no cloud. Fiction: The United States has a nationwide broadband wireless network with full LTE coverage everywhere for everyone



The City of Concord, CA has selected Cormant's DCIM solution, Cormant-CS - formerly called CableSolve - to better inventory, document and hence manage its IT assets and connectivity due to anticipated efficiency from certain work order management along with more granular data and access to historical records.



Alpheus Communications has acquired Net Star Telecommunications, a provider of network and data center services in Houston. With the deal, Alpheus now has a customer base in Texas.



Telx is growing, evident as it continues to strategically expand to allow new and old clients to grow and expand their services. As a testament to its growth, it increased its investment in the Pacific Northwest.



Sumitomo Electric Lightwaves (SEL) is revolutionizing the Mass Splicer market with the latest introduction of its Quantum Type-Q101-M12 Dual-Heater Mass Fusion Splicer. The Quantum Mass fusion splicer is the industry's fastest, most compact mass splicer available.



Zayo Group, an international bandwidth infrastructure provider, has successfully deployed 100G wavelength services across major markets in the U.S. This new deployment will enable Zayo customers to benefit from cost-efficient, high-bandwidth services between major U.S. markets.






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