CRTC fines Ontario Inc. $200K for violating Do Not Call rules; NSA cools its secret servers with 5 million gallons a day of waste water

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@FierceTelecom RT @ Huawei Technologies: Europe & China have laid the policy groundwork to guide the global ICT industry together. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> TMI's latest switched access rate study examines interstate and intrastate switched access rate trends. Article

> The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that 1051080 Ontario Inc. paid $200,000 for making telemarketing calls to Canadians who were registered on the National Do Not Call List (DNCL). Release

> The Taiwan Intelligent Fiber Optic Network Consortium (Taifo) fiber network now covers 23 percent of Taipei. Article

Cable News
> Two months after launching Xfinity On Campus at Boston's Emerson College, Comcast said it is launching the IPTV service at Drexel University. Article

> More than two years after Cablevision's two top operations executives resigned to take jobs at Charter Communications, the company said Thursday that it recruited a veteran of the gas and electric utilities industry to run its field operations and customer service teams. Article

Wireless News
> Qualcomm remains the market leader by far in the cellular baseband market, but its chipset rivals made it clear that they are intent on using 2014 to close the gap on Qualcomm when it comes to LTE. Article

> Verizon Wireless is tussling with the Competitive Carriers Association over how large an area spectrum licenses should cover for airwaves carriers will purchase in the 2015 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum incentive auctions. Article

And finally… NSA will cool its secret servers with 5 million gallons a day of waste water. Article

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