Despite the headlines of layoffs and hiring freezes at tech-focused companies, the overall job market for technology professionals is believed to expand over the years as organizations develop and advance their infrastructure to meet consumers' increasing demand for digital goods and services.

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The Fiber Broadband Association announced the completion of its 2022 Fiber Provider Survey that reported more fiber was deployed in 2022 than ever before as the industry advances its goal to close the digital equity gap. The research, performed by RVA LLC Market Research & Consulting (RVA), shows that fiber providers passed 7.9 million additional homes in the U.S. in 2022—the highest annual deployment ever, even with challenges in materials supply chain and labor availability.

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APTelecom announced that Jeffrey Fraser has been named as the new Managing Partner of APTProcure, effective immediately. With over 25 years in the telecommunications industry, serving in varying capacities, Mr. Fraser brings extensive industry knowledge and business operations experience to his new role.

Read more: APTProcure: Innovation in Infrastructure Value Maximization

Under its annual theme “Global. Regional. Digital,” the 16th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit successfully concluded its two-day gathering with the participation of a broad range of professionals, including telecom operators, telecom vendors, industry regulators, government officials, content providers, cybersecurity experts and consultants, among other attendees.

Read more: Telecom Review Makes History Again with Successful 16th Leadership Summit

“We delivered another quarter of record-breaking operational results,” said Nick Jeffery, President and Chief Executive Officer of Frontier. “Our team set a new pace for building and selling fiber this quarter. At the same time, we radically simplified our business and delivered significant cost savings ahead of plan. This is a sign of a successful turnaround.

Read more: Frontier Delivers Another Quarter of Record Operational Results

Lumen and Colt have entered into an exclusive arrangement for the proposed sale of Lumen's Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) business to Colt for $1.8 billion. This represents a very attractive multiple (~11x) for Lumen's EMEA business and will create additional value for its shareholders. More information on this transaction can be found in Lumen's 8-K to be contemporaneously filed with this release.

Read more: Lumen Unloads EMEA Business to Colt Technology Services for $1.8B

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