Cablevision technicians strike; 8x8 celebrates 25 years in business

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> Cablevision technicians strike to protest a 30 percent wage decrease for triple play installations. Article

> XKL, a provider of enterprise fiber networking equipment vendor, has introduced its DarkStar DSM, a transport system that provides hands-free configuring and provisioning of data rates and numbers of channels. Release

> 8X8, a provider of cloud communications and computing services, is celebrating its 25th year in business. Release

> South Korea's KT Corp. reported total turnover of KRW 6.38 trillion (USD 5.7 billion) last fiscal quarter of 2011 with additional revenue from a one-off real estate sale helping to offset year-on-year declines in turnover in other sectors. Article

> CommVault, a storage software provider, said it will remain an independent company despite rapid market consolidation. Article

> LinkBermuda, formerly Cable&Wireless, got the green light to purchase all of Quantum. Article

And finally ... Cloudyn, an Israeli-based startup, has created a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform that will help businesses buy the right amount of cloud services to fit their needs. Article

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