CenturyLink reminds consumers to dig safe; Infinera Q1 revenues decline to $104.7M

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LinkedIn highlight via Craig Settles: Marketing Broadband in the Name of Economic Development. Article | Join the FierceTelecom group

@FierceTelecom RT @CenturyLink: #Call811 #NatlSafeDiggingMonth Utility lines can sometimes be only a few inches underground. Digging at home? Post | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> Infinera reports Q1 2012 GAAP revenues of $104.7 million, down from $112 million in Q4 2011, but up from the $92.9 million it reported a year ago. Release

> Apple's refusal to support IPv6 on Version 6.0 of AirPort Utility illustrates the problem that many network vendors don't support enough IPv6 features on their products. Article

> French communications and media conglomerate Vivendi dismisses rumors that it's going to break up the company. Article

> Telkom South Africa and KT said they are close to finalizing the terms of a new strategic joint venture. Article

And finally ... Forbes chronicles 10 Internet startups that are finding success by using a mix of e-mail and snail mail to ship their products and interact with customers. Article

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