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CTI Towers sells 294 towers to InSite

InSite Wireless Group has acquired 294 communication tower sites from CTI Towers of Franklin.

IDC: Smartphone sales to 'dwarf' tablets and PCs by 2019

Sam Bonacci |

Smartphones will make up nearly 80 percent of the “smart” connected device market by 2019, according to a new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC) of Framingham.

Boxborough company acquires data center in Chicago

Lightower Fiber Networks has acquired Chicago data center provider ColocationZone, the Boxborough-based company said Wednesday.

Charter Business becomes Spectrum Business

Charter Communications has rebranded and upgraded its Charter Business division, renaming it Spectrum Business.

American Tower offers common, depository stock

Carol McDonald |

American Tower Corp. announced Thursday that it is raising over $3 billion in a stock offering that will help finance fulfilling a contract with Verizon.

Boxborough firm signs State of Maryland as new client

Network services provider Lightower Fiber Networks said it has been awarded a master contract by the State of Maryland Department of Information Technology, authorizing the company to provide...

Sturbridge firm assessed environmental penalty

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has assessed a Sturbridge manufacturer an $18,000 penalty for allegedly violating air pollution, hazardous waste, and toxic materials...

WPI gets $4.4M grant to shore up cybersecurity

Carol McDonald |

The National Science Foundation has awarded Worcester Polytechnic Institute more than $4.4 million to develop a program preparing selected students to be government cybersecurity professionals, the...

Verizon pays state more than $1M to settle suit

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Verizon has paid $1.3 million to the state to resolve allegations that the company overcharged the commonwealth, according to Attorney General Martha Coakley's office.

Worcester again delays cable license decision

Emily Micucci |

Worcester city officials, Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications have agreed to extend the deadline for a decision on the transfer of the city's cable television license, according to a statement...

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