Fujitsu hopes for chunk of Japan's supercomputer project; UN unveils global broadband challenge

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@FierceTelecom RT @BBCTech: John McCarthy, the American scientist credited with creating the LISP computer language, died at the age of 84. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Fujitsu thinks it can get the lion's share of Japan's $2.6 billion supercomputer orders. Article

> The UK's Digital Economy Act could force the country's ISPs to implement higher fees for all subscribers to cover the cost of new filters that stop blatant file sharing violators. Article

> A new NPRG report chronicles the entrance of cable MSOs into the lucrative and ever-competitive business services market. Report (reg. req.)

> TM Forum's Catalyst program for its upcoming Management World Americas 2011 tradeshow includes 40 companies collaborating on seven projects. Release

> Consolidated Communications has launched CloverLeaf's DashVideo local video publishing application providing cities, schools and other community organizations with the ability to easily upload videos to Consolidated Communication's VoD service. Release

> CenturyLink will participate in three financial analyst conferences in November and December. Release

And finally ... The UN's Broadband Commission for Digital Development announced a set of four 'ambitious but achievable' broadband targets. Release

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