Google's FTTH rivals want office space, power perks; Telefonica to launch IPO for German unit

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@FierceTelecom: Glenn Wellbrock, Verizon: "From 10 times 10 gig to 1 times 100G is much more economical, easier to manage and certainly has higher throughput." eBook | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Google's Kansas City, Kan., and Kansas City, Mo., competitors AT&T and Time Warner Cable also want the same free office space and power perks the Internet search giant was promised as part of a deal to operate their fiber network in each city. Article

> Comtech Telecommunications' subsidiary, Comtech PST Corp., won $1.4 million of orders for high-power amplifiers from a leading provider of aviation electronics and communication systems. Release

> Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Mayer gave birth to a baby boy yesterday, but plans to return to the office in 1 to 2 weeks. Article

> Telefonica to begin the process of an Initial Public Offering for its German subsidiary this week. Article

And finally… Net Neutrality: to regulate or not to regulate? Up for discussion at #GSR12 2-4 Oct, #SriLanka  Post

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