Iceland to be international data center hub; France Telecom finalizes name change to Orange

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> Iceland, according to an independent study conducted by BroadGroup, is well positioned to become an international data center hub. Release

> France Telecom will officially go by the name Orange beginning on July 1. Article

> Neutral Tandem, Inc. d/b/a Inteliquent, declared a special dividend of $1.25 per share. Release

Cable News

> Toronto-based Adara Technologies announced that small U.S. telcos deployed its switched digital video solution, which delivers HDTV programming and the ability to offer subscribers over-the-top video. Article

> Dish Network has introduced an app called Social for its Hopper multiroom DVR which allows subscribers to share info about the TV shows and movies they are watching with friends on Twitter and Facebook. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix traffic, according to Procera Networks, spiked on some broadband networks over the weekend with the introduction of season four of its "Arrested Development" series. Article

> Tremor Video, an online video ad network, said in a filing with the SEC that it will seek to sell its share publicly and raise about $86.3 million. Article

And finally … Telcos need to take into consideration 5 factors when considering the OTT video opportunity in emerging markets. Release

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