Cable dominates JD Power's U.S. voice services study; Italy's FastWeb says it's not for sale

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@FierceTelecom RT @datacenter: 451 Research's Rachel Chalmers says "The Internet of Things" will be a boom for hosting. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Cable dominates JD Power's 2012 U.S. residential telephone customer satisfaction study. Release

> HP's Meg Whitman sees cloud-to-tablet as best strategy to stimulate company growth. Article

> FastWeb's COO Alberto Calcagno said rumors that its parent Swisscom is going to sell the fiber provider are "groundless." Article

> Optical Cable Corp.'s Board of Directors has approved a plan to purchase and retire up to 320,000 shares of OCC's common stock, or approximately 4.9 percent of the current shares outstanding. Release

And finally… 802.11ac promises higher speeds (433 Mbps and above), but how much speed can consumer and business users realistically expect to get in the real world? Article

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