Actelis ships 1 millionth EFM port to Colt; Schlage, Trane supply to Verizon's Connected Home

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> Actelis has shipped its one millionth copper Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) port to Colt. Release

> Telefonica Europe will test a new service called O2 Connect that will allow users to make free calls to wireless and wireline phones over the Internet. Article

> Ingersoll Rand businesses Schlage and Trane will be key suppliers to Verizon's Connected Home Service. Release

> NBCUniversal and Time Warner Cable took top spots in the Women in Cable Telecommunications' (WICT) Best Companies for Women in Cable honors. Article

> NTT Communications will be a featured sponsor at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2011 in Orlando. Release

And finally ... Robert Galvin, who oversaw Motorola as CEO for almost three decades, passed away Tuesday at the age of 89. Article

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