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Telecom Ramblings: “Industry Spotlight: Bank Street On Last Week’s Fiber M&A – Part 2” plus 3 more

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Telecom Ramblings: "Industry Spotlight: Bank Street On Last Week's Fiber M&A – Part 2" plus 3 more

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Industry Spotlight: Bank Street On Last Week's Fiber M&A – Part 2

Posted: 07 May 2015 05:52 AM PDT

bankstreet1Last week was truly a remarkable one for M&A transactions and other strategically important developments in the world of Bandwidth Infrastructure, so we took the opportunity to sit down with Bank Street's James Henry (JH), Richard Lukaj (RL) and Peter Beckett (PB) to get their perspectives on the news and its implications for the sector. Here is the second part of our two-part interview in which we look at Lightower's merger with Fibertech and the formation of Communications Sales & Leasing. ... [visit site to read more]

QTS to buy Carpathia

Posted: 07 May 2015 04:34 AM PDT

In other data center merger news, QTS Realty Trust has found itself an inorganic target.  Yesterday they announced an agreement to acquire Carpathia Hosting for $326M, looking to move deeper into cloud-based services. ... [visit site to read more]

Equinix Makes a Play for Telecity

Posted: 07 May 2015 04:16 AM PDT

The global carrier neutral data center market turned into a soap opera this morning, as Equinix made an unexpected offer to acquire TelecityGroup. TelecityGroup is of course has been busy preparing to merge with Dutch-based Interxion since their own deal was announced three months ago, but Equinix is arguing that it's proposal would be a better idea. ... [visit site to read more]

Network security metadata — bad networks trusted most

Posted: 07 May 2015 03:34 AM PDT

This article was authored by Don Sambandaraksa, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net.

Denial reigns among the cellcos in today's post-Snowden world. While the likes of Google, Yahoo and US cloud in general has been struggling to come up with answers to surveillance, scrutiny of our cellcos has been lacking, but grassroots ... [visit site to read more]

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