Did you think telecom engineers never had fun? Adtran under Tom Stanton is becoming a different company. For their 30th anniversary, they hung an 1.100 foot zip line across the lake outside headquarters and shared these pictures with Travis Leder of WAAY-TV. I couldn't resist including the picture even if it's not a technology story.
The company always had good products but was hard to report because information was treated like military secrets. (Fortunately, I am a decent spy.) They, like major customer AT&T, now are among the most open of companies, answering every question unless there is a good reason not to. Secrecy on products rarely works unless you are very small; a competitor who cares can ask your suppliers and customers and find out what they need to know. It's easy to see the difference in their public image.