IETF holds 83rd meeting in Paris; U.S. to spend $200M for big data computing

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@FierceTelecom RT @CenturyLinkBiz: By the end of 2012 most of the IT industry will earn as much as 25 percent of their revenue through the cloud. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Would Netflix benefit from establishing a partnership with the cable operator community? Article

> SFR has renewed its partnership with Fon, one of the largest WiFi hot spot network providers. Release  

> Cisco sponsored the Internet Engineering Task Force's (IETF) 83rd meeting this week in Paris. Release

> Frontier invested almost $78 million in to upgrade its network facilities in Washington state in 2011. Release  

> Telekom Austria's plans to bring fiber to 200,000 co-op and city buildings in Vienna fell through due to cartel authority concerns. Article

And finally ... The U.S. government will invest $200 million to fund new research in big data computing. Article

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