Huawei promotes OSS interoperability; 5 technologies every office will have by 2020

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> Huawei signed a Memorandum of Understanding for an OSS Interoperability Initiative with other major telcos. Release

> ZyXEL's new X650 11ac router can deliver data rates from 750 Mbps to 1750 Mbps. Release

Cable News

> Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications and other major MSOs gained about 800,000 high-speed Internet subscribers in Q1 reports the Leichtman Research Group. Article

> TiVo said it added 277,000 cable subscribers in the quarter ending April 30, including deployments of its Premiere DVR by Suddenlink Communications, RCN and international cable providers such as UK-based Virgin Media. Article

IPTV News

> Singapore Telephone wants to expand its Mio pay TV service beyond the Singapore market as part of a change of focus--and direction--from voice to video that is following the transition from analog to digital TV. Article

> TiVo's President and CEO Tom Rogers said during a first quarter earnings call with analysts that IPTV and cloud-based services will play a bigger role in its future business plans. Article

Online Video News

> YouTube's revenue could surge to $20 billion by 2020, Morgan Stanley analysts told investors. Article

> Twitter began embedding some NBA highlights in tweets this week through a deal with the basketball league and its digital media partner Turner Sports. Article

And finally … Here are five emerging technologies that every office will have in 2020. Article

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