Frontier reschedules Q4 earnings call; Is the telecom capacity crisis a myth?

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> Frontier has rescheduled its Q4 2011 earnings call to take place on Thursday, Feb. 16, after the market closes and to host a conference call that day at 4:30 p.m. Release

> Brazil's Sercomtel plans to launch a satellite-based TV service by August this year. Article

> Zayo Group will add a dark fiber network to ExteNet System's open network, located in and around Indianapolis, for a distributed-network solution. Article

> Image Entertainment licensed select films from the Criterion Collection to AT&T U-verse, making these films available to the service's U-verse Movies lineup. Release

And finally ... Is the wireline and wireless capacity crisis nothing more than overhyped myth? Article

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