AT&T provides telepresence to Brazilian ad agency; NTT's FY2012 revenue rises 1.8 percent

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> AT&T is providing its telepresence solution to the Brazilian marketing, branding and advertising agency Africa, a part of Grupo ABC de Comunicacao. Release

> NTT's FY2012 revenues rose 1.8 percent to $11 billion. Article

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> Cablevision posted a net loss of $16.6 million for the first quarter as its profits were drained by subscriber losses, decreased revenue and increased spending on customer premise equipment. Article

> Comcast will lay off 260 employees from one of its facilities in Orlando. Article

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> CenturyLink reported that it added 13,400 Prism TV subscribers in Q1 2013 and now has about 120,000 total subscribers for the TV service. Article

And finally … Huawei's CEO Ren Zhengfei says his company is not connected to U.S. cyber threats. Article

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