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September 27, 2012
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  • Epsilon launches global bandwidth exchange
    Epsilon Telecommunications has inaugurated a global bandwidth exchange that enables carriers to buy or sell SDH and Ethernet capacity from seven suppliers. The Epsilon Capacity Exchange -- which offers capacity on about 50 global routes -- is designed to make it easier for operators to address demand fluctuations and perform network maintenance by adding short-term bandwidth. Light Reading (9/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • European Union proposes bold new cloud strategy
    European regulators have issued a proposal to EU member states that seeks to expand the use of cloud computing by promoting industry-wide standards and encouraging use among private enterprise. The initiative was outlined in a document unveiled by the European Commission's technology chief, Neelie Kroes, that predicts cloud computing could add 957 billion euros to the EU's gross domestic product by 2020. Bloomberg Businessweek (9/27), Reuters (9/27) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • DISH sets Oct. 1 launch for rural broadband service
    DISH Network will seek rural customers when it introduces its satellite-based dishNET broadband service Oct. 1. The service will offer download speeds between 5 and 10 megabits per second, with monthly prices ranging from $40 to $70 for DISH subscribers, according to a published report. Those who are not existing DISH TV customers will pay an additional $10. The Wall Street Journal (9/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Telecom Finance Seminar for Non-Financial Managers
    Ideal for anyone who wants to better understand financial reports, this online seminar on Oct. 18 explains general accounting principles, how your business makes money and the cost of doing business in a regulated but competitive environment -- using easy-to-understand terminology. Learn more and reserve your space. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • There's life in the 3DTV market, NPD DisplaySearch says
    The global market for three-dimensional displays is forecast to increase to 226 million units and $67 billion in revenue in 2019 -- up from 2011's 50.8 million units and $13.2 billion in revenue, according to NPD DisplaySearch. 3DTVs will increase from 25 million units to about 180 million units in that eight-year timeframe. "Despite some industry sentiment that the 3D bubble has burst, we expect 3D to continue to grow across several categories including TVs, portable devices and public displays," NPD DisplaySearch's Jennifer Colegrove said. Rapid TV News (U.K.) (9/27), Home Media Magazine (9/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • AT&T partners with Twilio to allow for business-app development
    AT&T is partnering with cloud communications provider Twilio to open its APIs to third-party developers, allowing them to "design business and productivity apps with built-in calling and messaging," Kevin Fitchard writes. The new Advanced Communications Suite will act as a developer tool and as an enterprise application store. AT&T is also introducing the U-verse Easy Remote App, a mobile app allowing U-verse TV customers to use voice and touch-gesture controls to run their televisions. GigaOm (9/26), All Things D (9/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Genband ranks tops among 50 startups
    The top three startups, according to The Wall Street Journal's third annual ranking, are all business-focused, including VoIP equipment provider Genband, which ranked as the top startup even though it was formed in 1999. The company scored well mostly for its big collection of fundraising dollars, as well as its investor list, which includes venture capital, private-equity and corporate investors. The Wall Street Journal (9/27), The Wall Street Journal (9/27) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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