Comcast wins Frost & Sullivan award for Ethernet services; Batelco offers cloud-based SaaS

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> Comcast Business Services has received Frost and Sullivan's Competitive Strategy Leadership Award for its Ethernet service portfolio. Article

> Bezeq, Israel's incumbent wireline service provider, will introduce a new wireless and wireline voice service bundle. Article

> Country Cablevision leveraged its $25.3 million broadband stimulus grant to deploy Clearfield's FieldSmart Fiber Scalability Center (FSC) for its FTTH network. Release

> Globecomm has integrated its Europe-based subsidiaries C2C and Mach6 into Globecomm Europe. Release

> Batelco has begun offering cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) under the 'IMaaS' brand. Article

And finallyBroadbandGenie finds that 40 percent of UK consumers would drop fixed-line broadband for 4G when it becomes available. Article

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