Infinera scores win with MedNautilus; Level 3 appoints Peter van Oppen to board of directors

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> Communication with management is the most important thing to remember for anyone who works from home. Article

> MedNautilus, the Mediterranean operations of the Telecom Italia Sparkle Group, is the latest service provider to leverage Infinera's DTN-X to deliver 100G services over its subsea network. Release

> Ovum forecasts that sales of optical transport equipment will rise modestly in 2013 after a tough 2012. Article

> Level 3 Communications appoints Peter van Oppen to its board of directors, bringing the total number of board members to 14. Release

Cable News

> Cablevision reported that fewer than 100 subscribers canceled their Optimum Online service as a result of a new $5 subscription fee. Article

> Cable One says AMC wants a 520 percent increase in license fees to renew its content distribution agreement. Article

IPTV News

> Deutsche Telekom and Magyar Telekom reported that their IPTV customer bases grew 27 percent to 2 million customers and 38.4 percent to 313,285 subscribers, respectively. Article

And finally… A Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) report revealed that America's broadband service penetration is not falling behind the rest of the world. Article

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