BT accused of inflating broadband deployment costs; TWC's Esteves has doubts about Google Fiber

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> Frontier Communications Daniel McCarthy, President and COO, and Donald Shassian, EVP & CFO, will present at the Goldman Sachs 21st Annual Communicopia Conference in New York City on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 11:20am ET. Release

> BT, according to a ZDNet article citing a leaked Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) discussion document, has been accused of inflating broadband deployment costs to get more state funds. Article

> Nautilus, a Latin American submarine cable operator, selected Ciena's coherent 40G technologies to up capacity on major routes across Central and South America and the Caribbean with a path to 100G. Release

> Pyramid Research says Spain's telecom market will generate total service revenue of $33.5 billion in 2012 and up to $36.61 billion over the next five years. Release

And finally … Irene Esteves, Time Warner Cable's CFO, on the idea of Google venturing outside of Kansas City: "We can't imagine a model which makes sense for Google shareholders to expand." Article

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