Homeplug advocates focus on built-in network adapters; Peru's fiber backbone tender attracts 10 companies

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@FierceTelecom RT @ TheCloudNetwork: A new Asia Cloud Forum report outlines six biggest cloud misconceptions in 2012. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Homeplug advocates see built-in network adapters as the way to expand volume. Article

> Will 4K TV drive a content and broadband revolution? Article

> Ten companies are interested in Peru's national fiber backbone tender. Article

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> DirecTV filed a trademark application for its SKYFI brand of digital media streaming devices. Article

> Microsoft named Sling Media founder Blake Krikorian as corporate VP of their Interactive Entertainment unit. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> CIOs at larger enterprises, according to data compiled by Janco Associates, said they got a 6 percent pay increase in 2012. Article

IPTV News

> Broadcom said its new chips will enable Comcast to get into the IP-based video space. Article

And finally… Free's move to block Internet banner ads is another new battle on the net neutrality front. Article

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