Ericsson boosts VDSL2; Cavalier dances with DirecTV

> Ericsson has tested vectorized VDSL2 capable of 500 Mbps over multiple copper lines.

> Cavalier Telephone has become the latest telco to partner with satellite TV firm DirecTV.

> CBS lines up online video plans for coverage of March Madness.

> Primus Telecommunications files for bankruptcy protection.

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