Broadview deploys OfficeSuite for Down East Heating and Air Conditioning; BT says hybrid networks can make more out a company's bandwidth

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@FierceTelecom RT @SilverPeak: Running a WAN has never been an easy task. What are today's biggest WAN #NetOps challenges? Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> An analysis by PacketFront Network Products AB concludes that the Open Flow standard is not the best choice for networks outside the data center. Release

> Costa Rica utility cooperative Cooperativa de Electrificacion Rural de Guanacaste (Coopeguanacaste) will begin rolling out fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) in Nicoya, Santa Cruz and Filadelfia in May or June of this year. Article

> Broadview Networks has deployed its OfficeSuite Phone for Down East Heating and Air Conditioning, a residential and commercial heating and cooling company that has been a fixture in the greater Jacksonville, N.C., area for nearly 30 years. Release

Cable News
> Starcom MediaVest Group, the biggest of the global TV ad-buying giants, announced a new partnership with cable set-top data company FourthWall Media to integrate the latter's data into media purchasing campaigns. Article

> Charter Communications revealed in its fourth-quarter earnings call that it's dividing its business services division into two separate units, one which will handle small- and medium-sized clients, and another that will handle larger enterprise customers. Article

Wireless News
> T-Mobile US said recent filings by AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless that seek to reverse a December FCC ruling on data roaming are "nothing more than untimely renewed attempts" to tilt roaming regulations that favor AT&T and Verizon. Article

> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere has made one of his missions in 2015 to have his company pass Sprint in terms of total subscribers, to become the nation's No. 3 carrier. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure indicated that if that happens, it won't be a big deal. Article

And finally… @btletstalk: Hybrid networking's being embraced by imaginative CIOs as a way of using every ounce of bandwidth. Article