Ciena previews optical bandwidth theme for OFC/NFOEC; Google thinks 400 msec is too long to wait

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> Ciena previews its RUcoherent? theme for next week's OFC/NFOEC trade show. Post

> Cisco and its service provider customers are getting ready to battle for a piece of the videoconferencing market segment. Article

> ZTE's IPTV low bit rate high definition transcoding solution has been nominated for the World's Best Component or Enabler Award by the IPTV World Forum. Release

> Netflix CEO Reed Hastings believes that Netflix's streaming service will someday be another programming provider cable operators can use to sell its video services. Article

> Nepal's telecom regulator, Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA), is developing a new set of rules to punish service providers using illegal call bypass centers for VoIP services. Article

And finally ... Google engineers say that 400 milliseconds, or the blink of an eye, is too long for impatient Web users to wait for a website to load. Article

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