Cisco chronicles $30B SaaS market; Videotron bans man from accessing his e-mail

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @CiscoSP360: Service providers can take a bite out of the $30 Billion SaaS pie. Post | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Galatyn Private Equity and Vspeed Capital, LLC have acquired the Fortress Solutions, Ltd., which repairs, refurbishes and provides life-cycle management of back-office equipment for wireline telcos and cable operators. Release

> Canadian-based cable MSO Videotron banned a customer, who is going through a divorce, from accessing his e-mail account. Article

> Arcadia University is deploying Aruba Networks' gear to create a campus-wide wireless LAN and enable BYOD. Release

> Frost and Sullivan counts down the best practices for BYOD with Enterasys Networks in this how-to video. Video

> Communication Distributors plans to apply for the GSA Schedule and actively pursue federal contracts. Release

And finally … The New York Times recalls the life and times of one of the early cable industry pioneers, Robert G. Genzlinger. Article

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