NCTA condemns FCC broadband report; CES attendance stays flat at 170K

More cable news from across the Web:

> The NCTA released a statement labeling a report issued by the FCC about broadband deployment progress an attempt "to serve political ends and maximize agency power." NCTA statement

> Frontier Communications and the union that represents its employees are opposing legislation in West Virginia that would fund a $72 million high-speed Internet network. Charleston Gazette-Mail story

> Last week's Consumer Electronic Show (CES) convention in Las Vegas drew about 170,000 attendees, roughly flat with 2015's total. Multichannel News story

Telecom News

> RCN Business has brought its suite of fiber and IP-based services to Telehouse's data center in New York City, signaling another move to bring its fiber facilities into more locations. Article

> Time Warner Cable Business Class is offering connectivity to Equinix's Cloud Exchange, providing its Ethernet customers the ability to bring their own cloud services to its network. Article

Wireless News

> Qualcomm is hoping to force some major tech companies including Apple and Samsung to surrender documents that were supplied to South Korean antitrust regulators. Article

> The head of Lenovo's mobile business reportedly said that Google is planning to bring its Android Play Services to China at some point this year. Article

And finally… Two of Time Warner Inc.'s largest shareholders have reportedly run out of patience with the stand-alone course of the company and are pushing for a sale. New York Post story

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