Cisco predicts cloud service explosion; Why cities need broadband

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @CRN: Cisco survey forecasts cloud traffic explosion. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Wired looks at how a Google Headhunter's e-mail unveiled a major network security hole. Article

> Octoshape and INVISO will jointly offer Internet-based TV contribution services throughout Latin America. Release

> Savvis has been positioned as a leader on Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service. Release

Cable News
> Time Warner Cable gets into a fight with Cox over SportsNet distribution. Article

> The American Cable Association told the FCC that both DirecTV and Dish Network should have to pay the same regulatory fees that cable operators pay the commission to support the FCC Media Bureau. Article

Enterprise Communications News
> Vidyo unveiled a number of new videoconferencing products at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo aimed at challenging big players such as Polycom and Cisco. Article

> Gartner expects leaders to emerge as the still nascent cloud-based Unified Communications (UC) market reaches maturity. Article

> Vendors offer various ways to get more capacity out of existing copper plant during a panel at this week's TelcoTV trade show. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent says that the home network is the most important element to deploy a successful telco video service. Article

Online Video News

> Online video is a substitute for DVRs, not television, a study by has revealed. Article

> Sorenson Media and RealNetworks establish video solutions partnership. Article

And finallyMashable asks why your city needs broadband. Article

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