Alaska's GCI reports revenue of $679.4M; Ofcom says satellite broadband not good for VPN, VoIP or gaming

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> Alaska telco GCI reports that 2011 revenues rose to $679.4 million compared to $651.3 million in 2010. Release

> Irish broadband competitor Digiweb is serving up a new 30 Mbps service passing about half a million of the country's homes. Article

> Verizon will air the New Jersey State High School Wrestling Championships on FiOS1 for its New Jersey customers. Release

> Vivendi's CFO Philippe Capron forecasts that GVT's revenue will rise 35 percent in 2012. Article

> Government IT provider NCI has been awarded a $6.1 million task order under its Total Engineering and Integration Services III (TEIS III) contract. Release

> Ofcom's new report argues that satellite broadband isn't a good foundation to carry VPN, VoIP and gaming services. Article

And finally ... Service providers don't think that there's any need for new cybersecurity regulations. Article

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