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APR 17, 2015 - GamePro

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FCC faces seventh net neutrality lawsuit

Broadband provider CenturyLink has joined the long list of ISPs and trade groups suing the U.S. Federal Communications Commission over its net neutrality rules.CenturyLink filed its lawsuit Friday, becoming the seventh organization to challenge the rules approved by the FCC in late February. The FCC officially published the rules in the Federal Register, the official publication for U.S. agency rules, ...

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APR 13, 2015 - Greentech

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Why Are Bloom’s Fuel Cells Winning at Data Centers and ‘Mission-Critical’ Sites?

Privately held fuel cell builder Bloom Energy has shared little about its technology and finances over the last decade, but one thing is certain: the company keeps adding big names to its list of marquee customers. CenturyLink, the third-largest telecommunications firm (and second-largest colocation company) in the U.S., just announced that it is deploying a 500-kilowatt "mission-critical" Bloom installation at ...

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APR 13, 2015 - Greentech

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Why Are Bloom’s Fuel Cells Winning at Data Centers and ‘Mission Critical’ Sites?

Privately-held fuel cell builder Bloom Energy has shared little about its technology and finances over the last decade, but one thing is certain -- the company keeps adding big names to its list of premier customers. CenturyLink, the third largest telecommunications firm (and second largest co-location company) in the U.S., just announced that it is deploying a 500-kilowatt "mission critical" ...

Tags: Why Are Bloom’s Fuel Cells Winning at Data Centers and ‘Mission Critical’ Sites?,  Centurylink Latest News

APR 06, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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FCC hits company with record fine for 911 failures

The FCC has already fined Verizon for failing in its duties during the outage, and the Commission is now fining two more companies involved. Those two companies — CenturyLink and Intrado Communications — were tasked by larger service providers with properly routing 911 calls, but after the major 911 outage in April, which affected people in seven states and lasted six ...

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