Facebook will begin testing IPv6 in May; Smart TVs are prone to hackers

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@FierceTelecom RT @davidisen: FTTH+femtocell in every home would put quick end to spectrum "crisis." Article | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> Facebook will begin testing IPv6 on a beta site beginning in May. Article

> Wal-Mart plans to expand Vudu streaming video service worldwide with Mexico as its first international market. Article

> Belgacom has expanded its analytic platform to improve insight into its customer experience by leveraging data analytics and a new Data Warehouse Appliance from Teradata. Release

> GENBAND will present the latest in IMS breakthroughs across its portfolio at IMS World Forum 2012, which takes place at NH Eurobuilding in Madrid, April 24-26. Release

> Bangladesh's international submarine cable connection has been upgraded to 85 Gbps from 40 Gbps, but TeleGeography reports that the new bandwidth cannot yet be utilized because the backhaul link from the landing station to Dhakar has not received the necessary upgrades. Article

And finally ... A number of smart TVs are still not secure from hackers. Article

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