Hershey Telephone to deploy ADTRAN's GPON gear; Comcast begins IPv6 deployments in CA

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> A new U.S. Dept. of Commerce study says that 71 percent of Americans are online, but the rest aren't because they either don't think there's anything relevant to look at or it's too expensive. Article

> Hershey Cooperative Telephone will deploy ADTRAN's Total Access 5000 to deliver GPON-based voice and data services. Release

> Seven people in Estonia and Russia have been charged by U.S. law enforcement with using software to conduct an Internet ad scam. Article

> Frontier Communications' Senior Vice President and Treasurer David Whitehouse will speak at the Citi 2011 North American Credit Conference in New York City. Release

> Syniverse has appointed Cox Communications veteran Scott Hatfield as its new Chief Technology Officer. Release

And finally ... Comcast is beginning IPv6 pilot deployments in its Pleasanton, Calif. market Article

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