BYOD will create new security headaches for enterprises; Cogent's Q2 service revenues rose 1.2%

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@FierceTelecom RT @orangebusiness: #Security Headaches: #BYOD Users Expected To Double By 2014 Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Australia's Silver Spring Networks said it has connected over 1 million homes and businesses with IPv6-based Smart Energy Network. Release

> Israel's tender offer to create a service provider that will provide services over a fiber network owned by the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) has been delayed by three months. Article

> Cogent Communications reported Q2 2012 service revenue of $77.8 million, up 1.2 percent from $76.9 million in Q1 2012. Release

> IPKO, Kosovo's largest ISP, plans to introduce an 80 Mbps offering. Article

And finally … Service providers bring 100G and 400G long-haul optical connections closer to their enterprise customers. Post

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