Broadcom, Hyundai create Ethernet in-car infotainment system; TeliaSonera to lay off 2,000 workers

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> Broadcom and Hyundai have teamed up to create a new Ethernet-based in-car infotainment system. Article

> Tango Telecom, a policy and charging solutions provider, signed up five new Tier 1 service provider customers in the United States, Asia, Middle East and Latin America. Release

> TeliaSonera announced that it will lay 2,000 workers amidst a 3.2 percent decline in Q3 net sales. Article

> ZTE introduced a new Over the Top (OTT) video solution that supports low bit rate HD during this week's Broadband World Forum 2012 tradeshow. Release

And finally … A new Forrester Research poll found that Internet users spend less time on line than they did in 2011. Article

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