Ciena names Terremark founder Medina to board; ETNO vies for less stringent regulations

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> Ciena has named Manuel D. Medina, the founder of Terremark Worldwide as one of the new members of its board. Release

> The European Telecommunications Network Operators Association (ETNO) told the European Commission (EC) that a less stringent regulatory environment will drive service providers to build new business models and make new investments. Article

> Intel is applying aircraft design methods to help PC manufacturers reduce the costs of developing ultra-thin laptops to battle the growing popularity of Apple's iPad. Article

> Frontier Communications announced that it has accepted the purchase of 8.250 percent senior notes, due 2014, in cash tender. Release

And finally … Vint Cerf, one of the founding fathers of today's Internet, believes that a U.N. summit to be held later this year in Dubai, India could lead to an international regime of censorship, taxes, and surveillance. Article

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