Cloud will disrupt the telecom market; Speeds won't drive broadband subscriptions

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@FierceTelecom RT @TheCloudNetwork: Cloud and software to further disrupt the telecom market. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> High speed won't drive more users to purchase broadband service, says Forbes columnist Tim Worstall. Article

> Engineers found a way to keep the Internet running during Hurricane Sandy. Article

Cable News

> Comcast is working with Verizon Wireless engineers to develop integrated products. Article

> Time Warner's CEO Jeff Bewkes said the broadband-only version of HBO is 'not ready for primetime.' Article

Enterprise Communications News

> CIOs rethink role, future of enterprise IT. Article

> Cisco takes top spot in videoconferencing infrastructure market, says a Frost & Sullivan study. Article

Online Video News

> Parks Associates and Rovi: Smart TVs will reach 87 million U.S. homes by 2016. Article

> Democrats doubled Republican spending for targeted online ad spots. Article

And finally… Financial analysts aren't happy about AT&T's ambitious wireline and wireless upgrade plans. Article

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