Former Cox exec Scott joins Tru Optik as CRO; Teleste rolls out DOCSIS 3.1 in Finland

More cable news from across the web:

> Global Invacom Group Limited has commenced shipments of its new MaxLinear-powered FibreIRS digital channel stacking gateway termination unit (dSCR GTU) to a major European satellite operator. Press release

> Comcast users in metropolitan Detroit reported outages Tuesday. Click on Detroit story

> Teleste announced a deal with Finland's DNA Ltd. to help the operator upgrade its network to the DOCSIS 3.1 standard. Press release

> An activist investor is calling for the ouster of Viacom chief executive Philippe Dauman. New York Post story

> Former Cox Communications executive Michael Scott has been named chief revenue officer of OTT audience research company Tru Optik. Press release

Telecom News

> IEEE has initiated two new 802.3 Ethernet projects aimed at advancing 50, 100, and 200 Gbps Ethernet speed services while extending the reach of 25 Gbps Ethernet services. The new projects will also modify the existing IEEE P802.3bs 400 Gbps Ethernet project. Article

> Zayo Group has named Chris Morley as its permanent COO when co-chief operating officer and co-founder Matt Erickson leaves the company in late July. Article

Wireless News

> The number of smartphone owners using ad-blocking browsers nearly doubled last year, according to fresh data from PageFair and Priori Data, and more than one-fifth of the world's smartphone users are blocking ads on the mobile web. Articl

And finally… Cablevision Vice Chairman Hank Ratner and TiVo Chairman Tom Rogers have led a $3.4 million series A round for sports betting app WinView. Multichannel News story

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