How RST Global is building an underground fiber network at half the cost
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Sprint network outage leads to delays for Alaska Airlines passengers

Sprint Voice & Data Down In Minnesota, Washington, Oregon. Alaska Airlines Flights Delayed.

techcrunch.com
The telecom company Sprint is currently experiencing issues with its network. We first heard reports of the outage on Twitter but a recording message from Sprint confirmed the issue. The incident is due to a fiber cut and teams are currently working on it. As a result, Alaska Airlines flights...
Sprint Voice & Data Down In Minnesota, Washington, Oregon. Alaska Airlines Flights Delayed.

Alaska Air apologizes after network outage impacts check-ins, causing long delays nationwide

www.geekwire.com
The severing of a fiber optic cable in the Midwest is causing havoc for those traveling on Alaska Airlines today, with the Seattle-based airline saying in a message on Facebook that it has been forced to revert to manual check-ins. That’s causing delays and long lines at Sea-Tac, the home...
Alaska Air apologizes after network outage impacts check-ins, causing long delays nationwide

Rivals Want What Google Got in Kansas City

online.wsj.com
Google received multiple incentives to build its Kansas City ultra-high-speed fiber network. Now, Time Warner Cable and AT&T, the incumbent Internet and TV providers in town, are angling to get the same deal....
Rivals Want What Google Got in Kansas City

Web Rivals Want What Google Got in Kansas City

allthingsd.com
To entice Google Inc. to build its ultra-high-speed fiber network there, Kansas City, Kan., and Kansas City, Mo., offered the Internet company sweeteners including several free or discounted city services. Now, Time Warner Cable Inc. and AT&T Inc., the incumbent Internet and TV providers in town, are angling to get...
Web Rivals Want What Google Got in Kansas City
City of Seattle looks to expand fiber leasing plan

Market demand knocks down regulatory barriers in Kansas City fiber deployment

arstechnica.com
Fred Campbell is Director of the Communications Liberty and Innovation Project (CLIP) at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, an adjunct professor in the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law LL.M program, and formerly served as Chief of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission. In response to my analysis of...
Market demand knocks down regulatory barriers in Kansas City fiber deployment
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