China enacts stricter rules for Internet videos; CenturyLink expands corporate campus in Monroe, La.

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @CJSettles: Broadcom: Today 50% of Net content consumers' access today is video. Expect to go to 91% by 2015. #unlicensedspectrum | Follow @FierceTelecom

> China enacted stricter rules for videos produced on Internet sites. Article

> CenturyLink is expanding its corporate campus in Monroe, La. to accommodate its growing workforce plans. Release

> Cyan integrated Omnitron's iConverter GM4 Network Interface Device (NID) into Cyan's CyPortal. Release

> Cable & Wireless Panama partnered with Gilat Satellite Networks to expand its broadband voice service reach. Article

And finally … XO asks, when will the market move from 10G to 100G? Post

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