Compass-EOS debuts core router; Verizon invests in Texas

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> Compass-EOS optical core router aims for more efficient network traffic management. Article

> Verizon invested more than $300 million in Texas wireline infrastructure last year. Release

> Cisco extends WAN optimization to ISR branch routers. Article

> AT&T reportedly follow Verizon in raising DSL prices. Article

> Critical Path survey says interest in cloud e-mail is growing. Release

And finally... European fixed VoIP services market to grow at more than 6 percent annually through 2016. Release

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