Broadband availability divide will continue; FTTH Europe studies link between wireless, fiber

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> The broadband future may offer higher speeds, but it's still unevenly distributed. Article

> TELEHOUSE America appointed Toshiro Ogino as its new CEO. Release

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable launched a $50 million ad campaign to win back former subscribers who left for telco and satellite video players such as Verizon, AT&T and DirecTV. Article

> Service Electric is acquiring Shenandoah, Pa.-based cable operator Shen-Heights TV Associates. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Telcentris, a Unified Communications and VoIP startup, has secured $40 million in new funding with Pepperwood Partners. Article

> Zacks has upgraded its stock rating of Interactive Intelligence, a provider of business VoIP services, from "neutral" to "outperform." Article

IPTV News

> A new Infonetics study says Multichannel Video Programming Distributors (MVPDs) face a number of challenges in evolving into Multiscreen Video Programming Distributors. Article

Online Video News

> Twitter is collaborating with video streaming and monetization platform provider Ooyala to provide easy access to video. Article

And finally… The FTTH Council Europe examines how to find the synergies between fiber and wireless networks. White paper (.pdf)

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