BCS Global predicts new growth in 2013; MTS Allstream looks at data center contaminants

Wireline news from across the Web:

@FierceTelecom RT @Verizon:  What causes slow-Internet rage? 60% of customers rely on old broadband speeds. Post | Follow @FierceTelecom

> BCS Global, a UK-based provider of managed videoconferencing, telepresence and visual collaboration services, sees continued growth in 2013. Post

> FTTx Summit Europe will examine the advances and implementation strategies that large telcos have taken to ensure they can build a profitable fiber-based last mile network. Release

> Community Broadband Networks releases its map of U.S.-based municipal broadband services providers. Article

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable's carriage deals with NFL Network, Fox News Channel, Pac-12 Network and other networks will see its programming costs increase by 10 percent this year, COO Rob Marcus said Tuesday. Article

Online Video News

> Disney and News Corp., according to various reports, have met to talk about the future of online video provider Hulu. Article

And finally… MTS Allstream looks at how dust, corrosive gases and dead skin are contaminating data centers. Article

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