Hurricane Electric moderates IPv6 transition panel; NARUC asks FCC to take action on"content neutrality"

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> Research firm Optical Keyhole has added two new discussions between Verizon and its key system vendors talking to Glenn Wellbrock, Director of Backbone Network Design at Verizon about Packet Optical Transport and the future of ROADMs in optical networks. Release

> Carousel Industries, a provider of data networking and unified communications (UC) solutions, has signed a letter of intent to acquire Farmingdale, N.Y.-based Juma Technology Corp to builds on its core capabilities in convergence, IP telephony and traditional networking while expanding its customer footprint in the northeastern region. Release

> CBeyond will discuss the emergence of cloud computing for the SMB during this week's ITEXPO East, February 2-4, 2011, in Miami. Release

> Russian service provider Personal Media Technology has deployed the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) for its personalized digital TV service to protect over-the-top (OTT) video services and enable an untethered viewing experience for a wide range of downloaded content. Article

> Hurricane Electric's Director of IPv6 Strategy, Martin Levy, moderated a carrier panel at the Inter-Agency IPv6 Meeting this morning, bringing together leading Tier 1 carriers such as AT&T, Global Crossing, Level 3 Communications, Sprint, Qwest and Verizon to discuss the current state of IPv6 transition. Release

And finally ... Today, Connected Planet is covering the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners' (NARUC) move to ask the FCC to enact new regulations on "content neutrality." Article

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