Google's Larry Page faces key challenges; MoCA certifies over 100 home networking products

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> Google's new CEO Larry Page faces a number of key challenges, including an antitrust probe and the pending acquisition of Motorola. Article

> RRsat Global Communications has signed an agreement with Spacecom, the operator of the AMOS satellite fleet, for monitoring, backup and disaster recovery services. Release  

> Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) has certified over 100 products under its home network specifications, with 45 percent of certifications made since the beginning of 2010. Article

> SYNNEX, a distributor of IT products and services, has signed a distribution agreement to sell Emulex OneConnect 10GbE Network Interface Cards (NICs) into its network of VARs and systems integrators and has joined the Emulex Connect Partner Program. Release

> PCCW Global and FPT Telecom are extending the reach of their respective Ethernet networks through a new interconnection agreement. Article

And finally ... Paul Vixie, one of the innovators behind BIND Internet software, argues that the PROTECT IP Act of 2011 will bring down a number of key pieces of today's Internet. Article

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