Broadcom completes NetLogic acquisition; ViaSat unveils 40 Mbps satellite broadband service

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> Broadcom wrapped up its acquisition of NetLogic Microsystems, a developer of next-gen semiconductor solutions. Release

> The Serbian government has put together a group to develop a national broadband network plan. Article

> AT&T has named company veteran Marta Rosado as its Director of Retail Sales in Manhattan. Release

> Real estate group Solidere is partnering with Cisco to build out a 100 Mbps FTTB network to deliver data and IPTV to residences in Beirut's central district. Article

> Swisscom has chosen S3 Group's StormTest Development Center to ensure accurate and fast software testing on IPTV set-top boxes. Release

> A Parks Associates study revealed that one-third of U.S. broadband households use the Internet to watch video on their TV sets. Article

> ViaSat unveiled a 40 Mbps satellite-based broadband service for enterprise users. Article

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