Europe's CDN traffic spikes during royal wedding; Turkish government under fire over filtering policy

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Level 3, which runs Content Delivery Network (CDN) operations in Europe, reports that over 400,000 people in Europe viewed the recent royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton online. Article

> Intel advocates the use of prepaid broadband bundles for African consumers and businesses. Article

> ZTE is using this week's Broadband World Forum Asia 2011 in Kuala Lumpur as a platform to show off its G.hn-based cloud media center home network solution. Article

> OneAccess Networks, a vendor that supplies multi-service access routers to service providers offering converged services to the SMB and enterprise branch office, has introduced its ONE series of multi-service routers that can deliver carrier Ethernet for converged services. Release

> AT&T will donate $40 to Special Olympics for each online purchase made on eligible AT&T products and services. Release

And finally ... Turkey's government faces a new wave of controversy over its new filtering system for all of the country's broadband users. Article

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