Atlantic Broadband invests $6.3M in Miami infrastructure; Verizon tops Netflix's June ISP speed index

More cable news from across the web:

> Atlantic Broadband has announced a $6.3 million investment into network infrastructure in Miami. Press release

> Verizon topped Bright House Networks for the No. 1 spot on the June Netflix ISP Speed Index. The U.S. index for June

Mobile Developer News

> The top 5 features in Android's Nougat update that developers should know. Article

> Nintendo is ramping up its smart device development team. Article

Telecom News

> Verizon said it is hoping to work with its suppliers, rather than hire additional workers, on the transition to virtualized networks – as long as those suppliers can make the move simple and cheap. Article

Wireless News

> The clock seems to be running out on Sprint's groundbreaking deal to outsource its network operations to Ericsson. And neither company is saying anything about what comes next. Article

And finally… Viamedia has named Rick Tarvin as its new EVP of sales. Release


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