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Cox acquires Calif.-based cloud services provider

Joe Cooper |

Cox Business, the commercial unit of Manchester cable company Cox Communications, announced Thursday it acquired a cloud services provider to enhance its managed services portfolio.

Study: Hartford-area brands listed in nation's top 100

Joe Cooper |

Three Hartford-area companies ranked in the top 130 for most valued brands in the U.S., according to a recent study.

Municipalities sue PURA over broadband decision

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities has filed a lawsuit challenging a recent regulatory decision that has implications for high-speed internet service in the state.

Telecom industry books major win in municipal-broadband fight

Matt Pilon |

The state's telecommunications industry has booked a major win in its municipal-broadband fight.

Blumenthal, Murphy win on net neutrality vote, but House approval unlikely

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

The Senate on Wednesday rejected the Trump administration's plan to overturn so-called net neutrality rules, which mandate that internet providers give consumers access to content on an equal basis,...

Cisco has yanked all its ads from YouTube

CNNMoney |

One of America's biggest tech companies has stopped running ads on YouTube after some of them appeared on channels promoting extremist content.

Ex-ESPN exec heads British sports streamer

Gregory Seay |

Former ESPN Inc. top executive John Skipper, who left the Bristol sports-programming giant last year after admitting a drug problem, has been hired to lead a British sports-streaming service's global...

New player to roll out CT broadband service

Matt Pilon | 1

A New York company founded by veterans of the former Lightower Fiber Networks says it's preparing to make a broadband play in select areas of Connecticut, including Hartford.

Comcast to launch new 1 gigabit internet service in 27 municipalities

Joe Cooper |

Comcast recently launched a new high-speed, 1-gigabit per second internet service in Hartford and municipalities across Connecticut, company officials announced.

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