ADVA trials 100 Gbps low latency transmission; Itacom premiers OTT service in Paraguay

Wireline news from across the Web:

@FierceTelecom RT @freepress via @communitynets - Obama's broadband disconnect. Story | Follow @FierceTelecom

> ADVA Optical Networking says it has successfully trialed a 100 Gbps low-latency transmission in the network of a Tier 1 European carrier. News release.

> Ditech Networks has release a new high definition voice solution for cable, mobile and VoIP operators. News release.

> Itacom is launching an over-the-top, video on demand service in Paraguay which will allow subscribers to stream content across a variety of connected devices. Story.

> Columbia law professor Tim Wu, who coined the term "net neutrality," has been appointed to the Federal Trade Commission as a senior adviser. Story.

> Global Crossing has established a POP (point of presence) in Pantel's data center located in Istanbul (not Constantinople). News release.

And finally... Is the FCC's Lifeline Assistance program a benefit that should be expanded? Results from a "groundbreaking" study will be released at 1:30 p.m. ET today. News release.

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