Deutsche Telekom employs WiFi for distributing IPTV; Former HP chair Dunn passes away at 58

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> Deutsche Telekom has chosen Celeno's CL1820 Wi-Fi chip and OptimizAIR technology for its Speedport W 102 Bridge to distribute its "Entertain" IPTV service in German households. Release

> Patricia Dunn, the former chairwoman of Hewlett-Packard who led an effort to stop boardroom information leaks to the press, passed away at 58 following a battle with ovarian cancer. Article

> UTStarcom will work with Beijing BDA Network and Information Co., Ltd. (BBNI) to provide broadband solutions to a new affordable housing development in Beijing. Release

> IBBS, a service provider targeting mid-market cable and broadband providers, has appointed Michael Gallagher as CEO and as a member of the Board of Directors. Release

> Lebanon's main service provider Ogero has equipped 56 regions with 1 Mbps ADSL access speeds. Article

> Dan Moffat, GTA TeleGuam's former president and CEO, received three public commendations and resolutions from Rep. Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo and the Guam legislature. Release

> Chile has introduced the country's first wireline portability system, allowing customers in the Arica region to port their numbers. Article

And finally ... Beginning today over 100,000 .XXX domain names will go live, a move supporters say will allow adult entertainment providers to register under a unique identifier, in addition to allowing consumers not looking for porn to bypass it entirely. Article

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