Comcast Business expands carrier neutral data center presence; Nvidia launches 4K-capable gaming system

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Comcast Business continues to expand its presence in carrier neutral data centers, announcing that it has established points-of-presence (PoPs) in three major vXchnge data centers. Story

> AT&T Mobility thinks T-Mobile US should stop complaining about the results of the AWS-3 spectrum auction and that companies like AT&T that walked away with large spectrum holdings bid market prices for them--more than T-Mobile was willing to spend. Story

> Multiscreen video company Quickplay has acquired mobile video tech company Roundbox Inc. with the aim of enhancing its position in the LTE broadcast market. Press release

> Broadcaster Gray Television reported record 2014 revenue of more than $500 million. Story

> Another broadcast group, E.W. Scripps Co., reported a 28 percent in Q4 revenue to $147 million in the fourth quarter. Story

> The season three premiere of House of Cards on Netflix has corresponded with traffic increases of as much as 35 percent on the SVOD platform. Blog post

> Comcast is close to finalizing a new franchise agreement with the city of St. Paul, Minn. Story

And finally … Nvidia's new gaming console, Shield, includes support for 4K/UltraHD TV. Story

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