ECI completes development of new NFV cybersecurity solution; Moore's Law turns 50 years old

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> ECI Telecom has completed the development of its new NFV cyber security solution, originally announced in late 2014. Release

> The Gaiam TV Fit & Yoga service is launching as a $7.99 monthly subscription video-on-demand service on Verizon FiOS TV's multiple platforms. Article

> Sky Italia is serving up its entire content line-up over a broadband connection for the first time, via a strategic partnership with Telecom Italia (TI). Article

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> Rogers Communications, Canada's largest pay-TV operator, reported losses of 36,000 cable TV subscribers in its second quarter. Article

> TV Everywhere platform HBO Go accounted for 3.4 percent of all U.S. Internet traffic during Sunday night's highly anticipated fifth-season premiere of Game of Thrones, while new OTT service HBO Now accounted for 0.7 percent. Article

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> North America and Western Europe are going to peak in terms of smartphone sales growth in the next couple of years, according to a new report from research firm CCS Insight. Article

> AT&T Mobility continues to urge the FCC not to repack and place TV broadcasters into the 600 MHz band as part of next year's incentive auction. Article

And finally… @BobMetcalfe: Happy 50th Birthday! 4/19 to Gordon Moore's Law, long may he reign. Article

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