Allot promotes Andrei Elefant to the CEO post; Paraguay to launch its own National Broadband Plan in May

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> Equiinet, a global provider of and unified threat management, has introduced its Equiinet Broadband product. Release

> Allot Communications announced that Rami Hadar, president and CEO of Allot, will retire during the second quarter and will be replaced by Andrei Elefant, currently Allot's vice president of Product Management and Marketing. Release

> The Paraguayan government will launch a National Broadband Plan in May to improve Internet coverage in the country. Article (sub. req.)

Cable News
> NCTA President and CEO Michael Powell launched The Cable Show 2014 conference, but he cautioned that the cable industry should not be regulated like utilities. Article

> The first reaction to Amdocs' independent research that says North American TV viewers will pay more for better service that includes more features is "Duh, of course!" Article

Online Video News
> Richard Pepler, CEO of pay-TV stalwart HBO, said that the company's content deal with Amazon is not a departure from the company's long-standing position that people who want its content should subscribe to HBO. Article

Wireless News
> AT&T Mobility said it will use LTE technology and some of its spectrum to offer in-flight Wi-Fi services starting in late 2015. Article

> Sprint announced a partnership with streaming music service Spotify as part of a wide range of music and audio-related announcements at a media event dubbed "Hear It For Yourself." Article

And finally… Many data centers have yet to reach physical capacity before the supporting environmental systems reach capacity. Post

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