Glowpoint expands Caribbean, Latin American reach; Buffalo Technology debuts 802.11ac WiFi routers

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> Glowpoint, a provider of cloud-managed video services, expands reach into the Caribbean and Latin America via a partnership with Columbus Business Solutions. Release

> Virtela announced that its Cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM) Service has been named a 2012 American Technology Awards finalist. Release

> TeliaSonera plans to sell its Norway-based broadband operation Gentel, according to a Dow Jones Newswire report. Article

> Buffalo Technology has begun selling its 802.11ac AirStation products--a line that includes both a router and a wireless media bridge--at Fry's, Frys.com and Newegg.com. Article

> Saudi Telecom Company (STC) will employ Huawei Technologies' WDM equipment to support the growth IPTV and mobile broadband services in Saudi Arabia. Article

And finally ... The FBI warned travelers abroad to be careful when they use hotel WiFi, as hackers are loading malware onto computers when users try to establish an Internet connection their rooms. Article    

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