FCC's 2nd broadband performance report on tap; Court upholds USF fund move

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> What will be the results of the FCC's second broadband speed and performance tests? The answers come this week.  Story

> The Federal Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit upheld the FCC's decision to put USF funds reclaimed mainly from wireless carriers into broadband through the Connect America fund. Story

> The ITU will release a draft of its main conference "preparatory document" ahead of its upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications (WICT-12) in Dubai. Story

> Things aren't just tough in the U.S. job market. Morocco's biggest telecom group, Maroc Telecom, reportedly has asked for "voluntary redundancies" to cut its workforce by at least 11 percent. Story

> Service providers that don't have a Wi-Fi strategy are making a mistake, according to Alex Puregger, COO of Fon Spain. Q&A

And finally … ZTE Corp shares experienced their biggest drop in more than three years thanks to a warning that its first-half profit could plummet as much as 80 percent and a U.S. government probe of  its international dealings. Story

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