Cisco has hired another Juniper exec in its service provider division; Thoma Bravo to buy Telestream

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> Cisco, according to a Light Reading report, has hired David Ward, another Juniper Networks executive, as its new service provider chief architect. Article

> Citrix has been positioned as a leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant Report for Web Conferencing. Release

> Thoma Bravo has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Telestream, a move it says will facilitate further growth of its core businesses in addition to providing additional capital for further market expansion and acquisition. Release

And finally ... European service providers believe the European Commission mandate to lower prices to access its copper network could hurt future fiber-based broadband network investments. Article

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