Frontier to release Q4 2011 results on Feb. 23; ZyXEL shows off new broadband product capabilities at CES

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> Frontier Communications will release Q4 2011 results on Thursday, Feb. 23 with a conference call that day at 9:00 A.M. ET. Release

> Bulgarian service provider Vivacom will offer a 100 Mbps service over both its LTE wireless network and on its upcoming Fiber to the Building (FTTB) network. Article

> Copper Conferencing, a provider of Web and audio conferencing technology, has changed its name to Copper Services. Release

> Huawei decided to abandon plans to build a manufacturing plant in India and has instead contracted a unit of Flextronics International to make telecom equipment. Article

And finally ... ZyXEL is showing off a number of new capabilities including cloud-based services, service-on-demand apps, and universal DSL and active Fiber broadband solutions during this week's Consumer Electronics Show. Release

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