Google Fiber officials said this week that they have added a number of Nashville's satellite cities to their buildout plans. The satellite cities were not initially part of the tech giant's plans to put enough fiber in Middle Tennessee ground "to go from here to Canada and back." Google wasn't all that interested in dealing with more than one Davidson County government entity but has since then run feasibility studies to satisfy its questions.
Local cloud software developer Edgenet says it is continuing to pursue several legal claims against fellow product configuration company WTS Paradigm, which it accuses of IP infringement. Edgenet Executive Vice President Tim Stafford — who last year was part of a group that bought the company out of bankruptcy — says the company has dropped some of its initial claims (and WTS has done the same) while adding new issues. Get the full update from Edgenet here.
Nashville technology company NSG has acquired Axios, a Franklin-based IT company.
Following the acquisition, terms of which were not disclosed, Axios CEO Wade Kirkham will join NSG as senior technical analyst.
"NSG and Axios have long shared a kindred passion for impeccable customer service and using technology as a vehicle to help smartbsinesses stay focused on their vision of success," Mike Finlin, NSG founder and CEO, said in a release. "This move allows us to integrate the best of Axios into our own portfolio of solutions, so our clients can spend their time managing their company while we manage their IT network and communications."
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