Infinera stumbles in Q4 2011; Flow Jamaica plans $350M network upgrade

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> Infinera Corp. reported a $19.4 million loss for Q4 and fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2011. Release

> SureWest President & CEO Steve Oldham will present at the Stifel Nicolaus 2012 Technology and Telecom Conference in Dana Point, Calif. on Feb. 8. Release

> Extreme reported a $4.1 million profit its 2012 fiscal second quarter ended Jan. 1, 2012. Release

> Eyeball Networks, a Vancouver, B.C.-based VoIP software developer, has launched its U.S.-based subsidiary, Eyeball Networks US LLC. Release

> Flow Jamaica plans to invest $350 million over the next five years to upgrade its infrastructure and offer new services, including 300 Mbps broadband download capabilities and 3D TV service. Article

> Ikanos Communications, a provider of broadband semiconductor and software, posted a $545,000 profit in Q4 2011. Release

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