GENBAND plays up customer experience management; Matt Bross leaves Huawei for Juniper

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> Jake Berry, Tory conservative MP for Rossendale and Darwen in South East Lancashire, UK, thinks that all social housing tenants (lower income) should be given a low-cost or free broadband service. Article

> Chicago finds a way to successfully build out a municipal broadband network. Article

Cable News
> Time Warner Cable said it will increase the speed of its standard broadband Internet tier by about 50 percent over the next 60 days. Article

> Comcast Cable CEO Neil Smit sells $920,000 in stock. Article

Enterprise Communications News
> Infor wants to disrupt the enterprise resource planning duopoly of SAP and Oracle through a multi-prong strategy. Article

> Matt Bross, the North American chief technology officer for Chinese gear maker Huawei Technologies, has left the firm to join U.S. rival Juniper Networks. Article

IPTV News
> South Korea could top 6 million IPTV subscribers by the end of this week, industry officials in that field said Monday. Article

> Over-the-top video is a "must-have" that will be part of the upcoming deployment of IPTV in Colombia, according to Saul Kattan Cohen, president of state-owned Colombian telephone operator ETB. Article

And finally … SoundCloud says there will be a day when users will be able to talk to the Internet. Article

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