Cincinnati Bell to present at investor conference; Women love online video

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> Jack Cassidy, Cincinnati Bell's president and CEO, will speak at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 3:30 p.m. PT. Release

> Motorola Solutions purchased $1.2 billion in stock from Carl Icahn. Article

> Axia NetMedia Corp., an alternative service provider, has selected NetCracker's BSS/OSS Solution to support the enhancement of significant operating efficiencies to the company. Release

> Nielsen reports that women love watching online video, especially Netflix and Hulu. The ratings company said that 57 percent of Netflix.com visitors and 59 percent of Hulu visitors are women. Article

> Djibouti Telecom and Saudi-based STC Group signed an agreement to link their operations in the region with Europe and the rest of the world. Article

> Equinix will present at three investor conferences: the Deutsche Bank 2012 Media and Telecom Conference; the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference; and Raymond James' 33rd Annual Institutional Investors Conference. Release

And finally ... Arstechnica chronicles the success of California competitive broadband provider Sonic.net, which is offering a 1 Gbps fiber-based broadband service for $70 a month in Sebastopol. Article

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