Ciena to announce Q4 results Dec. 8; Pay TV consumers use OTT as video option

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> During this week's Management World Americas event in Orlando, a major theme centered on how more OSS/BSS functions are migrating into the cloud. Article

> Vonage's Chief Financial and Chief Administrative Officer, Barry Rowan, will participate in the Citi 8th Annual US Small/Mid Cap Conference on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 2:35 p.m. EST. Release

> Germany's Regional Court of Berlin ruled that users can use their ADSL routers for whatever they want, including installing software on them. Article

> Ciena will announce unaudited results for its fiscal fourth quarter and fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 2011 on Thursday, Dec. 8. Release

> Green Hills Telephone Corp. deploys Zhone Technologies' MXK for its Greenfield fiber point-to-point (P2P) Active Ethernet (AE) and xDSL network to enable triple play services for local residences and businesses. Release

> Comcast doesn't think it can make a clear business case for its own OTT video offering. Article

> Monaco Telecom has renewed its operating license with the country's government. Article

> A new NPD study revealed that about 27 percent of pay TV consumers also have a Netflix subscription. Article

And finally ... A study by Intepret says that consumers are "migrating away from television as much as they are looking for a broader mix of options to consume television content." Article

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