Hawiian Broadband rolls out 1 gig service; Apple upgrading its CDN

More cable news from across the Web:

> Hawaiian Broadband is set to rollout out gigabit services starting Monday. Press release

> Netflix is set to launch its streaming service in Italy, Spain and Portugal in October. Article

> Google Fiber has started construction on a fiber network in Nashville, Tenn. Article

> Apple is upgrading its Internet links for its four biggest U.S. data centers and other distribution hubs in order to more efficiently deliver digital entertainment. Article

> OneTree Microdevices has launched the first in a series of DOCSIS 3.1-compliant semiconductor amplifiers. Article

> Communication software specialist BroadSoft has bought mPortal, a designer of customer experience products. Article

And finally… Clauses in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act make it a crime, obstructing justice, for those who clear their browsing history, if that history is later considered evidence. Article

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